Man shot in head; suspect arrested

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PHOENIX -- Police have arrested a man accused of shooting another man in the head. Police said they were able to track down the suspect after the victim told officers who shot him.

Esequiel Felix Brady, 31, is facing charges of aggravated assault, midsconduct involving weapons and armed robbery. He is being held on $150,000 bond.

It happened just before midnight Tuesday at a mobile home park in South Phoenix near Baseline Road and Central Avenue.

The victim and suspect know each other, according to police. The two men confronted each other regarding a dispute over some property. Police said that’s when Brady shot the other man.

The victim’s friends tried to rush him to the hospital but they did not make it before police got involved.

With information about the suspect, police went to a home in the area where the shooting occurred.

Officers could not get the man to come out of the home. The SWAT was sent in and they found him hiding in a wall.

The victim was in the intensive care unit at a hospital. He is expected to survive.