Deputies are looking for a person this morning in reference to a lethal knife assault southwest of Tucson, officers say.
James Murray Reaves, 32, is needed in reference to the stabbing that occurred shortly earlier than three a.m. within the 2800 block of South Shiela Avenue, close to South Kinney Street and South Tucson Mountain Estates Parkway, stated Deputy Cody Gress.
He stated the assault left a 38-yr-previous man with a number of stab wounds. He died later a a hospital.
A 34-yr-previous lady additionally suffered wounds within the assault. Her accidents have been described as minor.
Detectives have discovered that Reaves is the ex-boyfriend of the lady who was injured within the attacked.
In accordance with the sheriff’s division, Reaves confirmed up on the residence within the early morning hours and acquired right into a battle with the male sufferer. At one level Reaves pulled out a knife and stabbed the person a number of occasions, the division stated in a information launch.
After the stabbing, deputies say Reaves fled to a close-by comfort retailer, the place he left his car. He was picked up by somebody in a white pickup truck, Gress stated.