Tucson headlines: Car burglars; Animal hoarder; I-10 fatality; Fatal car accident

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A couple of thieves are making the rounds in Sahuarita, breaking into cars.

Early Thursday morning two suspects are wanted for taking credit cards from cars located in Rancho Sahuarita.

It also happened in Tucson, at Circle K stores at Wilmot and Golf Links and Grant and Alvernon.

One is a blond woman missing some front teeth. The other a man with receding hair line and tribal tattoos on his left arm. Both are in their 20s.

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

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A 73-year-old Tucson woman could be in trouble for hoarding a large number of animals and livestock in town.

Beverly Westmoreland received a citation on Sunday for not letting officers onto her property.  They were there because of a foul odor.

The source of the odor was a large number of goats, sheep, chickens, pigeons, pigs, ducks, cats, dogs and geese.  Some were diseased, some were dead.

The property has been condemned and no one let back on.

Westmoreland has not yet been cited on charges involving the animals.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- About 1 A.M. Tuesday, 31-year-old Gabriel Enriquez was on the side of I-10, stopped in his vehicle that had just broken down.

Then police say a 19 year old swerved into that lane and hit him, killing Enriquez.

They are trying to figure out whether the teen was drunk or impaired when the crash happened.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Just after 9 A.M. Tuesday a 79-year-old woman was turning left into Northwest Hospital on La Cholla and turned in front of another car.

Myrna Arnett died from the crash.

The 20-year-old who hit her was taken to UMC for his injuries.