Tucson police have arrested a man in connection to a homicide at a motel in November.
Police say with the assistance of a Tucson Police Department analyst, detectives were able to identify 26-year-old Tommy Soza as a possibly suspect.
On November 28 Soza was arrested by officers and booked into Pima County Jail for an unrelated incident and outstanding warrants.
Detectives responded to the jail on Thursday and arrested Soza for the 1st Degree Murder of Adam Bourdon.
On November 24 officers responded to a disturbance call at the motel.
As officers arrived they located Bourdon on the ground near the office with obvious signs of trauma.
He was pronounced dead shortly after members from the Tucson Fire Department arrived.