(CNN)A SWAT group arrested a think who is “forensically linked” to a initial 4 of 11 shootings along a highway in Phoenix, authorities said.
Police took a male into control Friday night.
His arms has been connected to shootings that occurred on Aug 29 and Aug 31 on Interstate 10, pronounced Col. Frank Milstead, executive of a Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Milstead declined to yield additional details, observant a review is in rough stages. It’s misleading either a think is connected to a other shootings.
Phoenix residents were on corner over a pointless gunfire in and around I-10 between Aug 29 and Sep 10. In further to a shootings, authorities pronounced there were “numerous reports” of shop-worn cars.
The initial turn of gunfire late final month strike an SUV, an dull debate train and a newcomer car. More shootings followed in successive days, with a latest one reported final week.
‘We got him!’
While state officials voiced service during a arrest, they pronounced a review is ongoing.
“We got him!,” Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey tweeted after a arrest.
He urged residents to stay warning and call authorities if they have any information associated to a shootings.
The spate of shootings in Phoenix spawned copycats on roadways elsewhere in a city — presumably by someone perplexing to obey a downtown incidents.
State officials described a incidents as “domestic terrorism” and offering a $20,000 prerogative for information heading to an arrest.
No deaths reported
There have been no fatalities related to a shootings. One girl, 13, was bleeding when a bullet pierced a windshield of a SUV she was in — a usually damage related to a highway shootings.
In a box described as separate to a shootings, police arrested 3 people for allegedly banishment rocks with a slingshot during pedestrians and cars.
BREAKING: We got him! DPS SWAT group is in control of a particular suspected of I-10 shootings. Apprehended moments ago.
— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) September 19, 2015