Suspect arrested for allegedly killing man in Phoenix


Police say Alvaro Briceno Quezada, 37, was shot and killed Thursday afternoon near 29th Street and Indian School Road.

PHOENIX — Phoenix police have detained a suspect accused of murdering a 37-year-old man Thursday afternoon at an apartment complex. 

Zachery Shropshire, 32, is suspected of shooting and killing Alvaro Briceno Quezada near 29th Street and Indian School Road at about 12:30 p.m.

The suspect fled the scene and was arrested by police a short time later.

Police did not disclose Shropshire’s relationship with the victim. The suspect was booked into jail on a charge of first-degree murder.

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