Second home invasion suspect has been arrested - Tucson News Now

Second home invasion suspect has been arrested

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A second suspect in a late October home invasion has been arrested. 

The alleged invasion took place October 28, late in the afternoon according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.  Two men made initial contact, according to witnesses and forced themselves into the home and held three people at gunpoint, demanding money and valuables.

A third suspect, who appeared to be a Hispanic man, entered the home after the first two, according to witnesses.  The suspects left after getting  a cell phone and two wallets. 

Pima County Deputies learned later that the entire invasion was caught on a surveillance camera, and were able to arrest one suspect after following a credible lead.  The first suspect, Dominique Tyron Dixon,  was arrested on November 1. 

A second suspect has just been arrested, according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.  The suspect wearing the baseball cap, as seen in the video, is now in custody.  The third suspect remains at large.

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