Tucson headlines: Homicide; Mobile home fire; Multi-car crash; Kitten torture; 'Lost in Detention' documentary

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- One man is dead, another hospitalized after a mid-day shooting near the University of Arizona campus.

Police say it happened just before noon on First Street just West of Euclid.  When officers arrived on the scene they found two victims.

"Officers found an apartment with some indication that there had been a conflict or confrontation of some type.  They encountered a victim with a non-life threatening injury outside the apartment who directed them into the apartment.  Once in the apartment they found another victim inside."

The victim found dead inside has been identified as 23-year-old Carlos Guillermo.

The investigation is ongoing.

TPD is searching for two black men, who reportedly took off in a white two door car.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- A mobile home near Craycroft and I-10 caught fire earlier Tuesday.

The flames triggered several explosions on its inside.

Rural Metro arrived on the scene and found smoke and flames coming from the trailer, but nobody was inside when the fire broke out.

The sheriff's department helped evacuate neighbors while firefighters put out the flames.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- A car running a red light caused an accident Tuesday that eventually involved four cars.

It happened this morning at flowing wells and roger roads.

Because the intersection is a jurisdictional border, a lot of agencies showed up.

Both Tucson police and fire, but also sheriff's deputies and Northwest Fire were there.  Even a DPS unit responded.

Three people were treated for minor injuries.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- Sheriff's deputies are still looking for whoever tortured a small kitten to death and threw it from a car window near sunrise and swan in the Catalina foothills.

The black and gray, two-month-old house cat was found brutally killed. Detectives think one or more teens are involved in this especially violent case of animal cruelty, and they're asking anyone with information to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

A $1,000 reward is now being offered for information leading to an arrest in the case.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- The group "Derechos Humanos" gathered in front of TPD headquarters to announce the airing of a documentary.

The documentary is titled "Lost in Detention."  It tells the story of immigrants who are detained and how they are treated in the detention centers.

"A critical movie a documentary that shows at least a glimpse of what is occurring in the United States of America in detention centers," said Isabel Garcia from Derechos Humanos.

"Lost in Detention" will air on PBS Wednesday at 8:00 A.M.