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Monday, September 30, 2013

Mexico ( Police find body of man killed in a vacant lot ) Suspects wanted

 Madero, Coahuila. - Municipal police found Sunday morning a body of an individual who was murdered with knives, but they also left a message with threats toward a criminal organization.



The body was in a vacant lot on Constitution Boulevard Montemayor colony, at eleven o'clock  soldiers found the it, during a tour of surveillance.

So far the person is unknown, he is between 25 and 30 years old, was thin and dark, wearing blue jeans, brown shirt and gray calcetones.

According to the information released, the municipal police officers patrolling the northern and circular Constitution Boulevard saw something wrapped in a blanket. They realized that it was a human body, tangled in blanket and tied up with a message written on a piece of cardboard and head inside a blue plastic bag.

The State Attorney's Office said that the body showed multiple stab wounds in different parts of the body.


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Colombia ( Super Model released from prison after doing time for Drug smuggling )

Colombian model Angie Sanclemente Valencia was expelled from Argentina on Thursday 26 and sent to her native country, she was released after serving half of the sentence ( six years and eight months in prison ) that was imposed in Argentina in 2011 after attempting to smuggle 55 kilos of cocaine into Spain .
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The case of 33-year narco model transpired when her accomplice Maria Noel Lopez Iglesias was arrested in December 2009 in Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires , with two suitcases containing several packages of cocaine in order to travel to Cancun.
Argentine researchers claimed that the arrival of the model in this country was intended to mount a large organization to smuggle cocaine from Argentina to Europe via Cancun .
From the declaration of López Iglesias , researchers Sanclemente Valencia was arrested five months later, who always claimed that she had only gone to Argentina to marry her boyfriend .
Colombian model was arrested on May 26, 2010.

Chandler AZ ( Manhunt Monday: Bank robber eludes police )

Posted: Sep 30, 2013 12:55 PM PDT Updated: Sep 30, 2013 2:22 PM PDT


Suspect in Chandler bank robbery remains on the loose. (Source: Silent Witness)
The suspect walked into a Bank of America branch location at Elliot and Alma School Road around 11 a.m.
Police said the man approached the teller and handed her a demand note. The teller complied and gave the suspect money. He grabbed the cash and took off.
The suspect is described as in his late 30s to early 40s. He is between 5'9" to 5'10" tall and weighs 175 pounds. He has brownish red hair and a receding hairline. At the time of the robbery, he had a moustache and goatee and wore rimless glasses.

NYPD News ( Police looking for two men who were " mystery parachuters " at 3 :07 am and Vanished )

Cops are looking for two mystery parachuters, wearing dark suits and helmets,  who landed near the Goldman Sachs tower in Lower Manhattan early Monday  – and then vanished into the dark.
The two men were caught on video surveillance coming down between the investment behemoth’s West Street building and the Conrad New York Hotel around 3am, but police said they have no idea where the jumpers came from.
Mystery parachuters land near Goldman Sachs
“At 3:07 this morning, two individuals apparently parachuted to the front of the Goldman Sachs building,” NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said. “We’re not 100 percent sure of the location, if they came out of an aircraft, but they were seen walking away with the parachutes.”
“What they came out of, we don’t know,” he said. “They were wearing black suits of some sort and black helmets and they are believed to be men.”
The Goldman Sachs building is near the World Trade Center.
Goldman Sachs building security notified the NYPD after seeing the landing on surveillance footage, Kelly said.
“Apparently, some camera catches the landing,” he said. “There are no banners, no notes were left.
Obviously it’s something that is under investigation.”
Kelly said there didn’t appear to be any vehicle waiting to pick the men up

Iran ( Analyst: Iran’s Behavior Litmus Test for US Sincerity )

قدیری ابیانه

September 30, 2013 - 19:14                                

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s mild tone and its new attitude towards interaction with the West have put the onus on the White House to prove its sincerity, said a political analyst and former diplomat.

He said that the West had in its anti-Iranian psychological campaign created the idea in world public opinion that the US confrontational policies and sanction against Iran were entirely due to the hardline stands of Tehran.
“In that visit a rare event in international relations occurred, because if a country wishes to have a meeting with the US president it needs to negotiate for a long time and even give some concession to do so, but the reverse happened this time as the US president asked for a meeting with (President) Rouhani,” Iran’s former ambassador to Mexico and Australia Mohammad Hassan Qadiri Abyaneh told Tasnim on Monday.
But the mild language and a shift in approach of Iran's president did not convince the US toany of its tough sanctions on Iran, rather it is pressing ahead with more stringent ones, said Qadiri Abyaneh who predicts that “The US behaviors will show in the near future that this country's antagonist stands against Iran are all due to its expansionist and hegemonic attitudes, and not the mild or harsh tone of Iranian officials."
Iran's Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Mohammad Sadeq Amoli Larijani, too, had on September 25 described President Rouhani’s recent remarks at the United Nations General Assembly as “graceful and logical,"  adding that it’s now Washington’s turn to drop hostility and turn words into action.
“Indeed, this is the Iranian nation which awaits sincere behavior from the Americans and westerners,” Ayatollah Larijani said in a gathering of senior judicial authorities here in Tehran on Wednesday, and added that the White House should prove in practice it is committed to its word and drop “hostile and contradictory behavior” towards Iranians.
In his address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, Rouhani said the Iranian nation was ready for cooperation with the international community and all rational players based on equal footing and mutual respect.
In his hotly anticipated address at the United Nations, Iran's president offered immediate negotiations aimed at removing any reasonable concerns over his country's nuclear program.

Syria ( Syrian Photographer Working for Agence France Press Dies in Deir al Zur )




 A Syrian photographer who worked for Agence France Press died on the weekend in the bombardment of the eastern town of Deir al Zur, the Syrian National Coalition, the country’s main opposition alliance, said.

In a communique, the Coalition said that journalist Morhaf al Modahi, known as Abu Shuga, was killed while on assignment in Deir al Zur.

According to the Coalition, Al Modahi began photographing the first demonstrations in that city and continued documenting events there amid the violence.

Meanwhile, AFP confirmed the death of the photographer and cited one of his companions who said that Al Modahi died in fighting between opposition forces and troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al Assad.

The organization Reporters Without Borders on several occasions expressed its concern regarding the fate of local and foreign journalists covering the war in Syria given that “the different protagonists” in the conflict target them specifically and use them as a type of currency.

Since the conflict broke out in March 2011, at least 24 journalists and 60 “citizen-journalists” have been killed in Syria by the forces

Brazil ( Russian Student Found shot and killed in Brazil - shot 3 times in the head )




RIO DE JANEIRO – A 17-year-old Russian tourist was found dead on the outskirts of Marica, a resort city near Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian police said.

Danshin Sergey Petrovich’s body was discovered Saturday morning on the banks of the Canal da Costa, a stream outside Marica.

The Russian tourist was shot at least three times in the head, police said.

Petrovich, a student, arrived in Brazil with four friends and a teacher on Thursday for a vacation and was staying at a house belonging to some friends in Marica.

The teenager went to a bar with his friends on Friday night, police said.

The group returned to the house, but Petrovich decided to go back alone to the bar, where he was last seen alive.

Investigators have not ruled out robbery as a motive for the killing even though the teenager’s backpack containing his cell phone, credit card, cigarettes and lighter was found, police said.

Petrovich’s body was taken to the coroner’s office in the nearby city of Itaborai, where an autopsy will be performed, and the Russian Consulate in Rio de Janeiro was informed of his killing, police said.

Iran ( No news about Davoud Aqamirzaie, the arrested political activist )

Davoud Aqamirzaie

HRANA News Agency – Davoud Aqamirzaie the political activist from Tehran has been arrested since 15 days ago at home and till now he has not contacted his family.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Davoud Aqamirzaie of the political activists has been arrested on September 11, 2013 at home by intelligence plainclothes. 

Despite of inspecting his entire home, confiscated his personal belongings.

One of his relatives told HRANA reporter “Davoud Aqamirzaie is actually the person who takes care of his old and sick parents that his arrest made the parents’ situation worse.”

This political prisoner has not contacted his family yet and there is no news of his arresting intentions either the accusations he has been faced with.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Don't go chasing waterfalls -. Please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to )

Nigeria ( Terrorists kill 50 students at College - Most of them Muslim students )

Islamic terrorists dressed in Nigerian military uniforms assaulted a college inside the country Sunday, gunning down dozens of students as they slept in their dorms and shot others trying to flee, witnesses say.
"They started gathering students into groups outside, then they opened fire and killed one group and then moved onto the next group and killed them. It was so terrible," one surviving student, who would only give his first name of Idris, told Reuters.


As many as 50 students may have been killed in the attack, which began at about 1 a.m. in rural Gujba, Provost Molima Idi Mato of Yobe State College of Agriculture, told The Associated Press.
"They attacked our students while they were sleeping in their hostels, they opened fire at them," he said. The extremists also torched classrooms.
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Nigeria State Police Commissioner Sanusi Rufai told Reuters that he suspected that the terrorist group Boko Haram was behind the attack, but declined to elaborate.
Boko Haram is aiming to establish an Islamic state in northern Nigeria and has intensified attacks on civilians in revenge for a Nigerian military offensive against the group, Reuters reports.
Idi Mato said he could not give an exact death toll as security forces still are recovering bodies of students mostly aged between 18 and 22.
The Nigerian military has collected 42 bodies and transported 18 wounded students to Damaturu Specialist Hospital, 25 miles north, said a military intelligence official, who insisted on anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the press.
The extremists rode into the college in two double-cabin pickup all-terrain vehicles and on motorcycles, some dressed in Nigerian military camouflage uniforms, a surviving student, Ibrahim Mohammed, told the AP. He said they appeared to know the layout of the college, attacking the four male hostels but avoiding the one hostel reserved for women.
"We ran into the bush, nobody is left in the school now," Mohammed said.
Almost all those killed were Muslims, as is the college's student body, said Adamu Usman, a survivor from Gujba who was helping the wounded at the hospital.
Wailing relatives gathered outside the hospital morgue, where rescue workers laid out bloody bodies in an orderly row on the lawn for family members to identify their loved ones

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Scotland ( Real crime story - Thief takes bag of Doritos on video )

Saturday, September 28, 2013

TUCSON Az ( Bee Attack -20 people stung by bees at children's birthday party )

 Posted: Sep 28, 2013 6:49 PM by Van Nguyen  


 
TUCSON - A swarm of bees attacked a group of people at a children's party Saturday.
Firefighters responded to the Fort Lowell Park near Craycroft and Glenn just before 5pm.
Crews say about 20 children and adults were stung, most of them once or twice.
None had adverse reactions to the bee stings.
Firefighters dressed in protective gear moved the group's belongings to another area of the park, about 1,000 feet away so they could continue on with their festivities.
A professional exterminator company was called in to assist.
The bees were exterminated with foam.
No one was taken to the hospital.

Iran ( Iranian People welcome President and His talks with Obama -See video )

Japan ( 6 porn dealers arrested - Sent porn to " Police station by mistake " Dope )

6 porn dealers arrested after catalogues mistakenly sent to police


TOKYO —
Six pornography dealers in Osaka have been arrested after mailing their catalogues to the head of Osaka Police Department by mistake, according to local media.
Police last week arrested Toshiharu Hidaka, 27, and five other men on suspicion of possessing obscene material with the intent to sell it in Osaka, Jiji Press and other news reports said.
The suspects had been sending catalogues of illegal porn DVDs to random male customers by mail, and three sets were addressed to the police chief’s house accidentally, the reports said.
Police then raided Hidaka’s office in Osaka and seized some 280,000 uncensored discs as well as 7,000 erectile dysfunction pills, they said, adding that police also suspected they illegally possessed the pills.
The six men have admitted the allegations, Jiji added.

MEXICO ( Yaqui Indians Demand Halt to Construction of Mexico Aqueduct )



MEXICO CITY – Yaqui Indians have delivered more than 9,000 signatures to Mexico’s environmental enforcement office demanding a halt to construction of an aqueduct in the northern state of Sonora they say will leave them without water.

The petition was launched on the Web site Change.org by members of the Yaqui’s head town, Vicam.

A representative of that Indian community, Mario Luna, delivered the letters to the environmental enforcement chief, Francisco Alejandro Moreno Merino; the office’s delegate in Sonora, Jorge Carlos Flores Monge; and the federal government’s environment and natural resources secretary, Juan Jose Guerra Abud, the village of Vicam said in a statement.

On Feb. 23, 2011, the Environment and Natural Resources Secretariat, or Semarnat, authorized construction of the Independence Aqueduct without respecting indigenous peoples’ right to be consulted about projects affecting their resources, a court in Sonora ruled four months ago.

On Aug. 7, the Mexican Supreme Court ordered the Sonora government to halt construction of the aqueduct if it is found to cause “irreparable damage” to the Yaqui community.

In the wake of that ruling, Semarnat revoked the environmental permit that had been issued and announced that consultations would be held with the local community by the end of September or early October.

But the Sonora government has continued to build the aqueduct.

The goal of the project is to supply water to the booming manufacturing hub of Hermosillo, Sonora’s capital, by taking it from the Yaqui River, which “is drying up” as a result, the petition says.

The Yaqui tribe consists of some 45,000 people spread across eight small towns and 56 hamlets, none of whom currently has running water, according to the letter. EFE

Mexico ( Man forced to drive truck with 2.2 tons of Marijuana in it - Arrested )

 
The incident occurred in the community of Cicacalco , Tlaltenango Township when the driver of a four-ton truck attempted to flee to detect the presence of the checkpoint .
BOM items were on Federal Highway 23 , section Tepechitlán - Tlaltenango , and found that about 200 meters a truck coming toward them made a move to return north to south direction .
The unexpected action of the truck driver caused confusion among members of the BOM , so that elements of the State Preventive Police (PEP ) initiated a pursuit.
The truck left the federal highway 23 to address Cicacalco community , where the driver got out of the unit and tried to flee but was caught by state police .

In reviewing the van hidden behind boxes found 224 empty packages wrapped in masking tape , which contained green vegetable and odor characteristics typical of marijuana.
The man ,a 53 years old and originally from Reynosa , Tamaulipas , said he was unaware what he had because he had been given  the van only to take it to Tamaulipas .
BOM members arrested the man, the drugs weighing 284 kilograms, the vehicle a 2000 Ram truck , model 2004, white box , license plates 452- IN -1 Federal Public Service the legend " Refrigerated Products ."
Man , drugs and the truck were taken to the premises of the State Office of the Attorney General of the Republic in Zacatecas corresponding actions .

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Mexico ( 9 Citizen police people were arrested with grenades and AK-47's )

Nine community police in Aquila, Michoacan were arrested because they found rifles for use by the army and fragmentation grenades in a stolen van, informed the secretary of governance.

The citiizens made ​​their patrols with rifles Ak-47 and R-15 and grenades, so they were arrested and taken to Mexico City to be turned over to the PGR.

Detainees were taken into custody by the military, also the grenades and  a van that has been reported stolen.


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Friday, September 27, 2013

San Diego ( Border Patrol - New " Use of Force regulations " )


SAN DIEGO – The Southern Border Communities Coalition acknowledged that the Border Patrol’s decision to modify its regulations on the use of force is “a step in the right direction.”

The new policies were the result of pressure by border communities and lawmakers who asked that an end be put to the wave of incidents involving firearms and Border Patrol agents, which have resulted in the deaths of about 20 people since 2010, coalition director Christian Ramirez told Efe.

“The key moment in this process of raising awareness occurred in 2012 after a ... video was publicly released that documented the beating and death of San Diego resident Anastacio Rojas, 42, the father of five children, who was beaten in May 2010 by more than a dozen Border Patrol agents when he was going to be deported to Mexico,” Ramirez said.

The video, aired on PBS, showed how Rojas was beaten “while he was lying face down, handcuffed, at the same time that he was subjected four times to the impact of a taser without any regard for the fact that he was begging for his life, dying of a heart attack,” he said.

The co-president of the coalition, Andrea Guerrero, told Efe that activists will continue “with our advocacy to ensure ourselves that words are transformed into deeds.”

The announcement about the changes in the use of force policy occurred on the same day that a delegation of representatives from the border communities, including law enforcement personnel, businessmen, religious and community leaders met with top-level White House and Border Patrol officials, Guerrero said.

The attention brought by the Rojas case allowed five other incidents in which Border Patrol agents shot and killed people while they were on the Mexican side of the frontier to make it to the national level. EFE

Mexico ( Women and girls , from six years old , are abducted to be sold over and over again for prostitution )

Drug cartels in Mexico are increasingly engaged in the trafficking of people to diversify their ' revenue ' , resulting in an increase of the victims of exploitation in the country , which are becoming younger . " Heli " , the controversial film about the drug trade in Mexico .
Women and girls , from six years old , are abducted to be sold over and over again for prostitution , until they cease to be a business for his captors , according to reports from civil society organizations fighting to end human trafficking .
The regional director of the Coalition Against Trafficking and Exploitation of Girls and Women in Latin America and the Caribbean , Teresa Ulloa , said that the cases he has treated between August 2012 and August 2013 have been linked to gangs engaged in drug trafficking by 70 % , while 5 % have been killed
 The victims are hooked through online social networks , beauty contests or directly to their home , where they are tricked or , in the worst case , deprived of their liberty and forcibly abducted , according to the Mexican newspaper El Universal .
Pregnancy and threats to children" Now also pregnant and threaten to take away or make something to their children to continue working for them ," stated Ulloa , who points out that victims are often exploited apparently legal in places like restaurants or bars, and that among owners are drug dealers, famous businessmen and politicians or senior public servants who use fake names to offend.
The director in Mexico of the international organization ECPAT ( End Child Sexual Exploitation , by its acronym in English ) , Norma Negrete , explained that some of the victims are just kidnapped migrants passing through the country.
Civil organizations regret that , to date, the Mexican government does not have or make public an assessment of the crime of trafficking in the country , so it is unknown the likely number of victims, the modus operandi of national and international networks dedicated to this illegal activity and the degree of permissiveness by act or omission of the authorities.
If there is a diagnosis, there can be an effective public policy that this crime attack head-on , said Negrete .
In 2007 came into force in the country a federal anti-trafficking law , which was amended and promulgated on June 1, 2012 as a general law , which requires the authorities of all states to take action on the matter , but until now , not been regulated .
In addition , Mexico's 18 states have specific laws on the subject and in all , the offense is included in the Penal Code . " The problem is that all legislation is handled concepts than there is no harmonization and this helps make the crime go unpunished ," stated the Academic Legal Research Institute of the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM ) Javier Benitez.
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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Mexico ( scrap metal worker gunned down in front of his house )

 
The morning of Wednesday a man identified as Juan Sanchez Sanchez, 36 years old, who was engaged in buying and selling scrap metal, was gunned down inside his car at the time it was parked outside his home, which is located in the Bellavista neighborhood.

Despite being shot by the 9mm, this person did not die instantly, paramedics tried to save the victim but he died at the scene. Read more:
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Mexico Michoacan ( Three heads of men were left on a statue - with a message ) Drug cartel wars


The three heads were left on the statue of Dr. Jose Ramon Macias they belong to men between 25 and 30 years of age and those who were said to be community police officers a written message was left on a cardboard.

The finding was at 7:20 am this morning when neighbors reported to the authorities of the presence of the heads in the square that is formed by the avenues Morelos, Emiliano Zapata and Fidel Velázques, Colonia Obrera.

After the report federal police, army and MP came to confirm the incident and cordoned off the area,  bodies parts were in the area they have been dismembered.

The message was left at the foot of the statue, which said:

"This is going to happen to all the rats come disturb communal peace of the people of the Kings continue to support the Poncho to Queringüa, Chelis Geronimo".

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Iran ( People ask Iran President for the release of imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini.)

Iran ( Iranian student awarded human-rights prize while in prison )

 Posted on: 26th September, 2013 


Omid Kokabee
HRANA News Agency – Omid Kokabee, a physics PhD student jailed in Iran since January 2011, was awarded yesterday the 2014 American Physical Society’s Andrei Sakharov Prize for “his courage in refusing to use his physics knowledge to work on projects that he deemed harmful to humanity, in the face of extreme physical and psychological pressure.”

Kokabee has said that he had been pressured to cooperate in Iranian military projects that he thought were likely part of a covert nuclear programme. It is the first time a person is awarded the prize while in prison.

The Sakharov Prize recognizes scientists committed to human rights and is named after the Russian physicist Andrei Sakharov, (1921-1989), who worked on the Soviet hydrogen bomb and later became a dissident. Sakharov received the Peace Nobel prize in 1975.

Along with Kokabee, the American Physical Society (APS) has also presented the 2014 Sakharov prize to Boris Altshuler of the Lebedev Physical Institute, for “his life-long struggle for democracy in Russia and for his advocacy on behalf of the rights of neglected children.”.

Kokabee, 31, did graduate studies in laser physics at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) in Barcelona and at the University of Texas in Austin. He was sentenced to 10 years of prison in May 2010 for conspiring against Iran. He denied all accusations in a series of open letters, in which he also denounced ill-treatment in jail. In one letter, published in March, he wrote that the he was jailed for refusing to work on projects that were possibly related to the use of high-powered carbon dioxide laser for isotope separation.

“Kokabee is becoming an icon for science free of pressure from political influence: this independence is much in the spirit of Sakharov,” says Hossein Sadeghpour, a scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the chair of the APS Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists, which nominated the PhD student for the prize. He says that the nomination was supported by letters from prominent physicists, including a Nobel Prize laureate.

“I am happy that the prize is awarded to a person in the Middle East, because the situation of the region is very similar today to Stalin’s Russia,” says Eugene Chudnovsky, a physicist at the City University of New York and a member of the award committee who was himself a victim of repression in the Soviet Union. “Plenty of people are jailed or killed in a fight against freedom of thought.” He adds that the awardee has been selected “in part because Nature […] brought international attention to Omid”.

Now, scientists hope that the prize will improve Kokabee’s situation. The country has a new president, Hassan Rouhani, who is seen as more moderate than his predecessor. “Omid Kokabee’s case presents a good opportunity for Rouhani to show he wants to improve Iran’s human-rights standards”, says Chudnovsky.

In August, an Iranian opposition magazine published a letter in which Kokabee complained for having been refused a temporary prison leave to present results at a physics conference held in late August in Iran. His submission, made from jail, was accepted by the conference organizers, and he was assigned a time slot. Prison authorities argued that they could not afford the security and transport costs, the letter says.

Los Angeles ( Man dies in fight after Dodgers Game - Suspects detained )


(Eric Risberg / AP)

A 24-year-old man in Los Angeles Dodgers apparel was stabbed to death during a fight Wednesday night near AT&T Park after the game between the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Jonathan Denver was stabbed at around 11:30 p.m. PDT, shortly after the game ended, police told the San Francisco Chronicle. There were reports that 10 Dodgers and Giants fans were involved in the altercation and Sgt. Danielle Newman told the Chronicle that three people had been detained. Denver, who died at San Francisco General Hospital, was walking away from the stadium with his father and brother when a verbal disagreement became violent, police told CBS San Francisco.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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TUCSON Az ( Murder suspect wanted in Homicide - See photo's )

Wanted man accused of killing relative

Posted: Sep 24, 2013 5:34 PM by Stefanie Boe
Updated: Sep 24, 2013 6:46 PM

 
TUCSON - Tucson Police are looking for two people in connection with a homicide. Investigators say a man died Saturday, after suffering injuries in a fight that happened back on September 16th.
The victim's name has not been released, however, Tucson Police say he was related to the man wanted for homicide in the case. Police say 33-year-old Wiley Michael Troy is wanted for 1st Degree Murder. 24-year-old Charlie Haney is also wanted for one count of Aggravated Assault.
Detectives say the wanted pair lived with the victim and fled the scene after the fight. The victim's home is in the 200 block of South Norris Avenue.
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