Two teens arrested in homicide of 66-yr-old Flagstaff manPosted: Updated:
The following news release was sent by the Coconino County Sheriff's Office:
FLAGSTAFF - Detectives from the Flagstaff Police Department have arrested two suspects for causing the death of a man earlier this year.
In the early morning hours of June 18, 2008, officers were dispatched to Bushmaster Park to investigate suspicious activity.
Officers arrived and located Mr. Kee Tsosie, 66, of Flagstaff.He appeared injured and emergency medical help was called. Officers were able to link two suspects at the park to the assault of Mr. Tsosie.Arrested that day were Anthony Drouin, 19, of Flagstaff and Thomas Colunga, 18 also of Flagstaff.
They were booked into the county jail for aggravated assault and robbery. On October 1, 2008, Flagstaff detectives learned that Mr. Tsosie died as a result of his injuries.He was being cared for in Yavapai County causing the Yavapai coroner to conduct the autopsy.A local judge issued a complaint and the two were arrested Wednesday evening for the homicide.Their bail was set this morning at one million dollars each.
The case remains under investigation.