Tucson triple shooting; Tucson teen sentenced; 4th DUI's

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A triple shooting in Tucson Tuesday night has left one person dead. The three victims were dropped off at Kino hospital. The second victim 24-year-old Alfred Tillman died at the hospital. Officers found the original scene which was in the 5800 block of South Fontana Avenue.

"In this case we kind of started in the middle of the puzzle and worked our way back. Fortunately in this case we received 911 hang up calls from the residence where this took place so it made it a little bit easier for us to locate the scene and work to determine what happened," says Tucson Police Officer Chuck Rydzak.

After an investigation, Tucson Police Gang Detectives determined that the shooting was a result of a home invasion.

One of victims remains at a hospital in critical condition.

If you have any information about the case call 911 OR 88-CRIME.


A Tucson teen who killed his passenger speeding drunk down Mount Lemmon will spend time in prison.  Joseph Garcia received 7 and a half years in prison. Garcia and his victim Shane Harvey were 17-years old and getting ready to start their senior year at Catalina High School.


The final numbers are all added up from this weekend's statewide DUI patrols. Law enforcement made a total of 434 DUI arrests.

45 of those DUI's were aggravated and 126 were extreme, meaning .15 alcohol content or above. And 24 DUI arrests involved underage drinkers.

There is some good news though, patrols now also count the number of designated sober drivers they come across, and this year they counted 396.