Tucson headlines: Officer involved shooting, Pedestrian killed, Baby death ruled homicide, House fire, Car hit building

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Tucson police are still investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead early Thursday morning.

It's a pretty complex case, but police say it started when a woman was carjacked at Golf Links Road and Kolb Road.

A short time later, those same suspects are believed to have robbed a Circle K near Craycroft Road and 29th Street.

Police found the stolen vehicle nearby and waited for any suspects to return. That's when an altercation took place and shots broke out.

"We do know that we have seven officers that have fired, from that, we have one deceased male, a 22-year-old male, one male who was positively identified at least in the robbery at Circle K, who is in custody here," said Sgt. Diana Lopez from the Tucson Police Department.

The suspect is custody has been identified as 25-year-old Roger Wells.

Police are still in search of a fourth suspect.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

And the man believed to be responsible for the death of a pedestrian is in custody.

Tucson police say 18-year-old Daniel Amado has been booked into Pima County Jail on one count of leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

Two cars were racing southbound on Campbell Avenue when one car lost control, hitting a man.

Police say Amado is the driver of the car that struck the pedestrian.

The name of the victim hasn't been released.

Also, the suspicious death of a child on December 19 has been ruled a homicide.

Tucson police found 2-month-old Rene Steven Garcia Hernandez, Jr. not breathing at his family's home on Missiondale Road, near Nogales Highway and Drexel Road.

TPD says the investigation is ongoing.

If you have any information about this crime you can call 911 or 88-CRIME.

And a fire broke out late Wednesday night on 29th Street near Kolb Road.

Tucson Fire says the fire started in a bedroom.  When firefighters arrived flames were consuming half the home.

Damage is expected to be about $100,000.

The family did make it out okay, but six people have been displaced. The Red Cross is helping them out.

Finally, there was a scary moment on Craycroft Road near Speedway Boulevard.

A 72-year-old woman suffered minor injuries when her car slammed into a building, either because she accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brakes or due to some sort of mechanical malfunction.

Two businesses on the ground floor are closed because of structural damage.