Tucson headlines: Homicide arrest; Victim ID'd; Bus wreck; Power outage; Woman attacked by dogs

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Police have arrested a third suspect in the death of 27-year-old Christopher Montano.  Mario Acedo, 19, is charged with first degree murder and armed robbery.

Last fall police arrested 26-year-old Aerath Hubert and 24-year-old Jarrett Carter on the same murder charge. They're accused of shooting Montano last summer.


We now know the name of the woman killed in an apartment fire last week.  She was 60-year-old Sharon Maxwell, who lived in the arpartment that burned near Campbell and Roger.

No word on the cause of the fire yet. It also caused $100,000 damage to the complex.


A wreck involving a school bus and minivan this afternoon on the southwest side, on Cardinal Avenue south of Valencia.

Drexel Heights fire officials tell us the van driver went to the hospital with serious injuries.  While the bus driver, bus monitor and a middle school student suffered minor scrapes and bruises.

Concerns about potentially hazardous material on board the van prompted sheriff's deputies to shut down the street during the cleanup.


A bad cable caused almost 5,000 people to lose power Tuesday in the midtown area.

It happened before 2 A.M. west of Glenn and Stone. Tucson Electric says a piece of underground cable failed-- And you could see smoke coming up from the man-hole. Neighbors said they heard what sounded like an explosion.

"The power went off like in two minutes maybe then a big old pow went back on and then went right back off," said resident Sophia Cox.

There was an even larger power outtage before 6 P.M. Tuesday night, affecting the area near Speedway and Wilmot.

TEP says debris blew into a line.


A local woman was sent to the hospital after she was attacked by her relative's dogs.

She was feeding three dogs when two got into a fight and then the dogs turned on her.

It happened near Golf Links and Sarnoff.

Luckily a neighbor heard her screams and called 911.

The victim suffered serious injuries but she's expected to be okay.