UPDATE: One dead, one injured in shooting near wedding reception - Tucson News Now

UPDATE: One dead, one injured in shooting near wedding reception

Police taped off part of E 32nd Street to investigate a deadly shooting early Sunday morning (Source: TPD). Police taped off part of E 32nd Street to investigate a deadly shooting early Sunday morning (Source: TPD).
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson police said 24-year-old Xavier Fragoso was shot and killed and another man was injured during an altercation near Park Avenue and East Silverlake.

Officers found two men shot in the 1100 block of East 32nd Street just after 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 28, according to Tucson police. Fragoso was pronounced dead on the scene. The other man suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital.

Detectives said Fragoso was driving at a high rate of speed, and nearly struck a person who was leaving a wedding reception. Fragoso stopped his vehicle and engaged in a verbal argument. Fragoso then drove to another house down the street, and members of the wedding reception party continued toward Fragoso, according to police. Fragoso then met with another large group, and the two groups met in the street. Fragoso  was armed with a handgun, and was shot. Another man was also shot. 

The identity of the other man has not been released.

TPD Sgt. David Contreras called this an isolated incident.

Police ask anyone with information about what happened is asked to call Tucson Police Department. Tips can be shared anonymously through 88-CRIME.

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