Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-09 04:00:00 –
According to the Pima County Sheriff’s Office, a long-simmering neighborhood feud in the Catalina area was fatal on Friday, June 4, leading to the deaths of two people, including an archer.
Jose Carlos Valdes, 60, was shot dead by a gun, and lawmakers later discovered Benjamin Hasinto, 72, a gunner who was believed to have died from a self-harm injury from the shooting.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Office provided the following details:
The agent responded to a 911 call from a woman who said her children were shot by a neighbor near the intersection of Coronado Sunset Drive and Coronado View Road.
On their way to the scene, lawmakers were flagged down, stopped to help the victims of the shootings of two adult men, and paramedics from the Golder Ranch Fire Department arrived at the scene. The men were taken to the hospital. I was treated for a life-threatening injury.
Legislators arriving at the house where the shooting took place learned that a third victim could be inside. They entered the house and discovered Jacinto. While talking to him, they found out that he was in line with the archer’s description. Jacinto crouched behind the wall and made multiple gunshots.
The agent withdrew from the house to create a containment boundary. They found the body of Valdez shot dead while securing the area.
Members of the SWAT team, along with the bomb squad, send the robot home to search for Jacinto. Robot footage showed Yasint died of a self-harm gunshot wound.
Subsequent investigations revealed that the neighbor was engaged in a long-term feud.
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