Flagstaff PD looking for men in machete attack - Tucson News Now

Flagstaff PD looking for men in machete attack

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Two men are wanted by authorities in Flagstaff for an alleged attack involving a machete.

Flagstaff Police said officers responded Saturday morning after receiving a report of an assault in progress.

Officers arrived to discover that a man had been attacked by two other men with a machete.

The victim told police that a prior confrontation had led the two men to attack him.

The victim suffered injuries to his face, head, back and one of his legs.

Police said they were able to identify one of the suspects as 19-year-old Flagstaff resident Andrew James Jaurequi. He is said to be driving a yellow, 1991 Cadillac four door.

The second suspect has not been identified, but he's described as a Hispanic male in his 20s. He is said to be between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet tall.

The second suspect goes by the name of "Sauce," and may be driving a blue, 1990s model Cadillac.

Police said both suspects should be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Flagstaff Police Department or visit CoconinoSilentWitness.org.

 

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