Two folks have been arrested on Friday in connection to a late December drive-by shooting that killed a woman in Tucson, police mentioned.
The sufferer was recognized by police as 21-year-old Jada Thompson.
On Dec. 24 proper after 9:30 p.m., officers responded to a shooting name close to North Swan Highway and East Speedway Boulevard. In accordance to Tucson Police Division, Thompson arrived at Tucson Medical Middle with life-threatening accidents from a gunshot wound. She was transported to Banner College Medical Middle due to the severity of her accidents, the place she died the following day, police mentioned.
Detectives discovered Thompson was driving northbound on Swan Highway when a “site visitors incident” occurred with one other car, one in all whose occupants shot her and fled, police mentioned.
Authorities mentioned they discovered the 2 suspects recognized as Cameron Patrick Griffith, 25, and Jamie Moniq Moore, 20, and performed a search warrant on their car on Friday.
Each Griffith and Moore have been interviewed by police, and every have been charged with first diploma homicide and aggravated assault.
They have been booked into Pima County Jail on a $1 million bond every.
This text initially appeared on Arizona Republic: 2 arrested in connection to Tucson drive-by homicide