Suspect Arrested in Drug-Related Murder Case

Police with the homicide department in Glendale, Arizona received a break in a murder case involving a 29-year-old male victim who was killed on August 28th. Officers say that they were finally able to establish probable cause, which enabled them to arrest their suspect, a 21-year-old man, on Wednesday.

After investigating the case, police said that they had reason to believe that the suspect killed the victim during a drug deal that took place in a parking lot outside of a housing complex. Detectives found surveillance footage that added to their evidence and they were then able to book their suspect for first-degree murder.

If convicted, authorities say that the suspect could face a life term in prison. At this time, no details have been released about his arraignment.

Dealing with a serious criminal charge, such as murder, is not easy when you don't have appropriate legal representation. For this reason, if you're hoping to fight your charges, it is advised that you contact a Phoenix murder attorney from our firm to get the legal help you need immediately.

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