Tucson Police Department says it is in the middle of an investigation near 22nd and Craycroft on Thursday night.
According to TPD Sergeant, Pete Dugan - a man in his fifties was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Police say, around 5 P.M. Thursday evening the man went to Dunkin Donuts on 22nd street. According to employees he had bloody hands and was yelling at the top of his lungs. Employees locked the doors and called 911.
The man then went into oncoming traffic and began throwing rocks at cars - Drivers called 911.
During that time an off-duty Tucson Police officer and Sherriff's deputy stopped to help the man.
Police say the man was calling 911 all day and complaining but never made it specific on the help he needed.
Tucson Fire Department was responding to a call at a nearby apartment complex. Police have confirmed that the call was to the home of the man who is deceased.
A lot of police on 22nd and Craycroft ...
What I’m seeing: 3 separate scenes (close to each other)
1) 22nd street drive thru liquors
2) Power shower car wash
3) 22nd street antique mall
— Jennifer Martinez (@Jennymartineztv) August 17, 2018
This involves TPD, as well as the Pima County Sheriff's Department. TPD says no officers or deputies have been injured and it is not looking for anyone.
TPD also says there is no danger to the community.