Police: Fight leads to shooting and stabbing in Sahuarita - Tucson News Now

Police: Fight leads to shooting and stabbing in Sahuarita

SAHUARITA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three people were taken to the hospital with injuries after an alleged fight led to a shooting and stabbing late Saturday night, July 8, according to the Sahuarita Police Department. 

Police responded to a shooting in the area of the 700 block of West Sahuarita Road just before midnight. An investigation revealed a fight occurred that resulted in one woman sustaining gunshot injuries, one man who had non-life-threatening, injuries from the fight, and another man with apparent stab wounds, police said. 

"The investigation into the shooting continues and at this time no arrests have been made," the Sahuarita Police Department said in a news release. "All parties involved have been identified and there are no outstanding suspects. All weapons in this incident have been recovered. The involved parties are from Tucson and Sahuarita and this was an isolated incident that was not random."

The man who was stabbed was found later at a Sahuarita residence, police said.

The woman was transported to a Tucson hospital in serious condition. The man who was stabbed was stabilized in a Tucson area hospital. The man with non-life-threatening injuries was taken to a Tucson hospital as precaution, police said. 

Police said detectives are still investigating the case. 

We will have more information when it is available. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the SPD tip line at 520-445-7847.

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