July 5, 2019
Remember, girls: the only thing more dangerous than dating a baboon is breaking up with a baboon.
One way or another, he’s gonna come fo’ ya.
For this reason, it’s best not to get involved with baboons at all.
A California man has been charged with the murder of a Tucson woman after a drive-by shooting on I-19 Saturday, June 29.
Mateo Zavala made his initial appearance Sunday, June 30, before a judge in Pima County. Authorities said the 21-year-old is from Santa Ana, Calif.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety arrested Zavala after shots were fired between two cars on I-19 near Green Valley Saturday evening. Authorities said Marilynn Patricia Pacheco, a passenger in the car Zavala shot at, was transported to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
The driver of the car and his three-year-old daughter were also injured. As of Sunday morning, AZDPS said they had been treated and released from the hospital.
AZDPS said Zavala and Pacheco knew each other, but didn’t elaborate. A cousin of Pacheco’s told KOLD News 13 that Zavala was an ex-boyfriend “who stalked her.”
The family member described the 25-year-old as “a very beautiful soul.” She said Pacheco was in the car with her friend and his daughter.
Zavala is facing several charges, including first degree murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and felony endangerment.
Marilynn Patricia Pacheco.