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Phoenix police say officer killed a man for looking at him at a red light

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A man was killed in March after he had “looked at another driver at a red light and the police, in Arizona, as revealed, is that the alleged killer was arrested last week.

“Pulling up next to another car, and looks over to the driver, it seems to be a common occurrence, but now it seems to be the motive behind a brutal murder,” police said Friday in a news release.

The police have made a statement in the announcement of the arrest on Thursday of a Nicholas Elliott, 30, charged with murder in the March 1 death of 26-year-old, Alex Mixon, at a Phoenix intersection.

“Investigators believe is The shot that Mixon for just looking at him while stopped at a red light,” police said in a news release.

Nicholas Elliott, 30, was arrested last week in connection with the shooting.
(Phoenix Police Department)

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Mixon was found dead when police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident.

The car clipped a utility pole and ran into a wall, police said.

“When the police investigated, they found Mixon was shot,” according to the press release.

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The three men told police that they were in the Air at the time of the shooting, and she said ” Mixon “is only looked at (There), which, in turn, infuriated (him) to fire his gun (Mixon), the Arizona Republic reported, citing court documents.

Three people told investigators She had been in a bad mood, the ownership of guns, and sold drugs, ” Fox 10 Phoenix reported.

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Mixon family described him to the station, as well as a person who had the biggest heart and cared deeply for the people around him / her.”

She was jailed on $1 million bond.

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