The Arizona Republic reporter Megan Cassidy sums up the press conference held at Phoenix police headquarters announcing the arrest of the suspect in the “Serial Street Shooter” case on May 8, 2017. Tom Tingle/azcentral.com
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Phoenix police have arrested Aaron Saucedo in connection with the “Serial Street Shooting” case.
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Phoenix police released this recording of a 911 call made by a victim of the so-called ‘serial street shooter’ in a July 11, 2016, incident — the latest in the string of unsolved shootings.
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Teresa Anderson explains what it’s like to live in the Maryvale area where fatal shootings have occurred. Video by Patrick Breen/azcentral.com
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A 16-year-old boy suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot while walking in the 1000 block of East Moreland Street. Police say this shooting is the first in a string of shootings attributed to the Phoenix “serial street shooter.”
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On March 18, about 11:30 p.m., a 21-year-old man suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot while standing outside of his vehicle in the 4300 block of North 73rd Avenue. This is a 911 call made shortly after the incident.
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Republic reporters Megan Cassidy and Michael Kiefer talk about a recent update in the “serial street shooter” case. Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral.com
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At a press conference held at the Phoenix Police Department, the Mayor of Phoenix and members of law enforcement asked for public help in solving the serial shooter case. Tom Tingle/azcentral.com
Tom Tingle/ azcentral.com
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Thomas Braxton, 47, discusses the “serial street shooter” who has been connected to a ninth shooting incident, in the 3000 block of Oak Street. Adrian Hedden/azcentral
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The Phoenix Police Department met with members of the community on Wednesday, July 6, 2016.
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Sharon Layton talks about the night Angela Linner, Stefanie Ellis and Maleah Ellis were shot and describes how she and family members tried to help. David Kadlubowski/azcentral.com
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According to police, four shootings committed in west Phoenix are likely connected to the same shooter or shooters. Megan Cassidy and Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral.com
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Police are asking for the public’s help in solving a string of unsolved murders in west Phoenix, including three shootings in the first two weeks of June.
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Reporter Megan Cassidy on Phoenix ‘Serial Street Shooter’ arrest
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Raul Romero, 61: Shot and killed outside of his car in the 900 block of East Montebello Avenue on Aug. 16, 2015.
Daughter Lora Romero described Raul Romero as a hard-working, loving and caring.
Romero, 61, had five children and four grandchildren.
“My dad would have done anything for us. He was always there when we needed him. He was there to help us through everything,” Romero said.
“He would have done anything for anybody,” she said.
LINKED BY TRAGEDY: Victims of Phoenix serial shootings
Lora Romero spoke during a Silent Witness plea for someone to come forward with information on Aug. 26, 2015. That was 10 days after her father was shot to death in an apartment-complex parking lot in the 900 block of East Montebello Avenue.
Aaron Juan Saucedo was arrested April 19 in connection with Romero’s death, but the family later learned from investigators that Saucedo was being linked to eight other deaths in the Phoenix “Serial Street Shooter” case.
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