Deputies identify person of interest after double homicide
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Deputies need help finding a man wanted in connection with a double homicide.
Deputies from the Pima County Sheriff's Department Homicide Unit are investigating a double homicide from that occurred Saturday, March 2 in the 11,000 block of south Colt Drive, according to Deputy Tom Peine with the Sheriff's Department.
When deputies arrived on scene, they discovered a dead man and woman who appeared to have suffered from obvious signs of trauma, Peine said.
Deputies have since identified 29-year-old Charlie Michael Wooden as a person of interest and they are asking for help to locate him, according to Peine.
Peine tells KGUN9 that Wooden is also wanted on a warrant for multiple felony charges, including possession of dangerous and narcotic drugs, possession of a defaced deadly weapon and more.
Deputies believe Wooden may be living with acquaintances in the Three Points area or near Camino Verde and Ajo Way, Peine said.
Anyone with information about Wooden's whereabouts are urged not to confront him because he is considered armed and dangerous. Instead, call 9-1-1 or 88-CRIME.