Fatal Tucson stabbing; Fatal mine accident; Bisbee shooting

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One man is dead, the victim of a stabbing at a eastside apartment complex.

It happened at the Ridgepointe Apartments on Pima street near Wilmot at about 1:00 Tuesday afternoon.

Officers found the 27-year-old victim lying on the ground in the complex courtyard.

Police are still looking for the suspect and aren't releasing any names, only saying it was not a random act.

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An accident at a copper mine near Florence killed one worker.

53-year-old Thomas Benavidez died instantly when a 240 ton dump truck ran over the pickup truck he was inside. The pickup pulled in front of the ore hauler and that driver didn't see them. A second mechanic was injured in the accident.

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A shoplifting incident in Bisbee led to officers open fire at the suspect.

25-year-old Jay Daniels allegedly stole alcohol and threatened a store clerk. When officers arrived at his home to question him, he started threatening them.

The officers ended up firing at daniels before he was arrested. He wasn't hit by their fire and now faces several charges.

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A Sierra Vista woman is thankful to have neighbor's in high places.

The 71-year-old woman was burglarized by a man who demanded money and threatened to hurt her and and her family, but she ran to her neighbor who happens to be a Cochise County Deputy.  Who helped stop the suspect until cops arrived.

48-year-old Phillip Morris is facing several charges.

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A shipment of illegal Pinatas stopped at the border.

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And border patrol seized more than a million dollars in marijuana in three separate incidents thanks to technology and canines. In one case at the Interstate-19 checkpoint 50 pounds of pot was stashed in the front fender of a car.  They found it thannks to non-intrusive inspection technology.