A 20-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and two others are facing charges in connection with a robbery that led to a deadly shootout Tuesday night at a north-side auto store, police said.
Carlos Peyron is facing charges of first-degree murder,attempted aggravated robbery, attempted armed robbery and kidnapping after he and three other men attempted to rob M&M Customs, which sells and installs car alarms, said Sgt. Fabian Pacheco, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
One of the suspects, Noah Lopez, 18, was shot to death by anemployee during the robbery.
Two other men, Toney Stith, 26, and Anthony Peyron, 19, were wounded in the shootout and will face charges once they are released from the hospital, Pacheco said.
All of the men are gang members, he said.According to police, four men went into the business, at 3040 N. Stone Ave., and confronted an employee, forcing him into the back office.
The business owner, who was in the office, pulled out a shotgun and fired, wounding Anthony Peyron. Read more
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