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Man arrested in Peoria fatal shooting

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Anthony Fuentes Anthony Fuentes
PEORIA, Ariz. -

A 34-year-old man was arrested for allegedly murdering a 42-year-old man in Peoria, near 87th Avenue and Grovers.

Officers say Anthony Fuentes shot and killed Tory Hayes after they got into a fight.

Hayes was found in the road and transported to a hospital where he died.

Investigators say Hayes was visiting a home nearby and when Fuentes arrived to the home, they got into a fight.

Hayes tried to leave the home and get into his vehicle, but Fuentes allegedly shot at him.  Hayes got out of the vehicle and Fuentes took off in it, away from the scene.

Police say Hayes abandoned the car shortly after in a parking lot about a mile away.

Fuentes faces charges of first degree murder, kidnapping, and armed robbery.

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