Murder-suicide update; Bank robbery; Santa Cruz deputy arrested; Extraction training

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New details on Monday’s murder suicide on the northwest side. We are getting a better idea what went down inside the home on Camino de la Tierra near Ina. 

Detectives say David Rosas Munguia stabbed Cecelia Lopez several times, called a family member, and then shot himself.

Both were dead when deputies got there.
A robbery at a Tucson Credit Union.

Surveillance video shows three masked men wearing hoods.  They barged into the credit union and implied they had weapons.   An employee suffered minor injuries during the heist.

The crooks reportedly got some cash and took off in a stolen car -- later found abandoned.

Some of the money they received consisted of old, worn out bills-- slated to be destroyed.
A Santa Cruz County Deputy is under arrest for drug smuggling.

Deputy Jesus Contreras is charged along with 38-year-old Ernesto Castro.  The grand jury indictment says the pair conspired to transport 5 kilos of cocaine and Contreras took it through the I-19 checkpoint in a marked sheriff's vehicle while wearing his uniform.

The charges carry up to life in prison.
The Tucson city council was not alone last night in voting to sue over the new immigration enforcement law.  In a unanimous vote Flagstaff leaders ordered the city attorney to retain legal counsel.

One councilmember expressed concern about the cost of a lawsuit but still voted in favor.
Lab tests show a suspicious white powder in an envelope addressed to Governor Brewer at the Arizona state capitol contained no trace of toxic or hazardous substances.    It prompted police to shut down the capitol's executive tower for about 45 minutes Tuesday.

The FBI is helping track down the sender.
Wednesday the jaws of life were hard at work on the south part of town.  But they were being used for training, not in an actual emergency.

About 22 fire fighter recruits from Northwest, Golder Ranch and Casa Grande spent the day learning how to use the vehicle extraction tools at scrap metal recycling
The Mega Millions lottery has only been in Arizona a few weeks and already two ticketholders here can claim the $250,000 second-prize.

A Diamond Shamrock on Valencia and Campbell Tuesday night sold a winner and so did a store in Yuma.

A ticket purchased in California won the hefty $266-million jackpot.