A man who attempted to break into a string of homes south of Tucson died while being taken into custody, officials say.
Deputies were dispatched to the 1200 block of East Summit Street, near Old Nogales Highway, at around 3:30 a.m. for a welfare check, according to department spokesperson Deputy James Allerton.
When deputies arrived, they learned a man had attempted to break into multiple homes on Summit Street.
According to Allerton, there was a shooting at one of the homes, but it is unknown who initiated the shooting. The resident was injured and transported to the hospital, but the extent of his injuries are unknown.
Allerton said the suspect became unresponsive while being taken into custody. Deputies performed life-saving measures, according to Allerton, but the man was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. The official cause of death was not confirmed.
This is an ongoing investigation. No additional details have been released at this time.
A woman was arrested Sunday morning in the shooting of her husband at their east-side house, Tucson police say.
Leticia Freitag, 46, called 911 about 8 a.m. Sunday saying she'd just shot her husband in their home in the 7200 block of East Elbow Bay Place, near East Broadway and North Kolb Road.
Michael Freitag, 48, was rushed to the hospital, where he died, police said.
The husband had been staying elsewhere for unknown reasons, police say. He was shot soon after returning to the house Sunday morning.
Two teens inside the home at the time of the shooting were not injured. Arizona Department of Child Safety took temporary custody of the teens.
Leticia Freitag was booked into the Pima County jail on suspicion of one count of second degree murder. No further information has been released.
Anyone with information is asked to call 88-CRIME, the anonymous tipster line.
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JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's security service says it's able to thwart any foreign intervention or meddling in the country's upcoming election, after its director warned of such efforts.
The Shin Bet said on Wednesday it has "the tools and capabilities to identify, monitor and thwart foreign influence efforts, should there be any."
The statement was responding to news reports that Shin Bet chief Nadav Argaman recently told a closed audience that a foreign country was trying to intervene in the April elections. He warned that operatives were trying to meddle via hackers and cyber technology.
The country was not identified and Argaman didn't say whom the alleged efforts are trying to benefit.
Suspicion immediately fell on Russia, which is accused of trying to influence the 2016 American election in favor of Donald Trump.
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