Nogales police investigate first murder in 3 years; Sierra Vista standoff; Super bowl porn arrest

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You hear of border violence in Nogales Sonora, but on the U.S. Side of the border Nogales police are investigating the first murder in three years.

They say Juan Villa confessed to stabbing his wife Sunday afternoon.   Christina Villa, 35, was dead when emergency crews got there.

The couple was having marital problems and recently separated.

Family members are taking care of their three children.

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A police standoff in Sierra Vista ended with a man setting his house on fire and shooting himself.

Robert collins, 39, was holding his estranged wife hostage last night.  He let her go after four hours of negotiations with Sierra Vista police.

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A man who used to work for Comcast is under arrest in connection with an incident during the super bowl two years ago.

The attorney general says Frank Tanori Gonzales from Tucson tampered with Comcasts' computers during the big game and showed 37 seconds of pornography.

He's charged with fraud and computer tampering.

Attorney general Tom Horne says Comcast lost a lot of money because of the incident.