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Police seek man for questioning in murder

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Phoenix Police are looking for 21-year-old Clint Eastwood Maez in regards to a homicide over the weekend. He is wanted for questioning.

Friday night, police responded to an apartment complex near 51st Ave and Indian School Road. Two victims were found with stab wounds in the parking lot. The first victim, 50-year-old Johnny Espindola, died from his injuries.

The second victim, his 54-year-old brother, is expected to survive.

Detectives say both the men had been engaged in a verbal altercation with a Hispanic male which escalated. That male fled the scene before police arrived.

Anyone with information on Maez's whereabouts is asked to call police.

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