Pot bust; Bomb scare at detention center; Manslaughter charges for beating death; more

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More than 700 pounds of pot, busted by Border Patrol. They saw a group of people running across interstate 19, And tracked back to a shed with 20 bundles of marijuana.

The drugs are worth about $600,000 on the street.

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Some tense moments at the Pima County Detention Center on Silverlake.

The bomb squad was called out to the jail after the cleaning crew found a suspicious duffel bag around 6:30 Wednesday morning. After a few minutes investigating the bag, they determined it had nothing dangerous inside.

"As always we just hope it was someone who was just forgetful and left their duffel bag lying around."

The jail was evacuated and Silverlake was shut down for sometime. They both reopened shortly after 10 O'clock this morning.

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Lesser charges for a Tucson man accused of beating another man to death outside an east-side convenience store.

20-year-old Harold Kimmel was arrested on suspicion of murder, but a grand jury indicted him on manslaughter instead.

The fight happened at the Catalina Mart on East Golf Links Road, ending with 28-year-old Joseph Kaplinski dead.

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Investigators now believe two inmates who escaped from a private prison near Kingman are no longer in Arizona. They believe john McCluskey and Tracy province are headed east with their alleged accomplice.

Investigators think McCluskey's fiancee and cousin, Casslyn Welch of mesa, helped the men and another inmate escape from the Kingman prison Friday night.

Officers captured Daniel Renwick Sunday in Colorado.

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34-year-old Chandler Police Detective Carlos Ledesma was laid to rest Wednesday.

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A heartbreaking update in the case of a Arizona toddler missing since Monday. Searchers found the body of Emmett Trapp about a mile from his home in Dewey-Humboldt. The two-year old apparently wandered off with family dog while his mother took a nap. Yavapai county deputies believe he died from exposure.

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An investigation began Wednesday into the disappearance of a second Yavapai county two year old. No arrests, but detectives don't believe Syler Newton wandered off from a campground near Rimrock as reported by his caretaker. A search of a nearby landfill turned up nothing.