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Posted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010 11:00 pm

On Monday, May 3 at about 3 p.m., Pima County Sheriff's deputies responded to a home on the 7300 block of Camino de la Tierra where the bodies of two people were found. Once there, police identified David Rosas Munguia, 37, and Ceciela Lopez, 41. A sheriff's department spokesman said the two were a couple and had children together. Whether the children were home at the time of the deaths was not released, nor was the cause of the deaths. Sheriff's investigators, however, believe the deaths were a murder-suicide. Police were notified of the deaths from a family member who discovered the bodies. She told investigators that one of the victims called her shortly before the killings.

On Thursday, April 29, Oro Valley police took a telephone report from a man who thought someone might have poisoned his two dogs. The man told police that a couple days earlier he took his basset hound/St. Bernard mix to the vet because it was vomiting and had diarrhea. He said the dog's condition continued to worsen to the point where the dog had to be euthanized. The man then noticed his other dog, a lab/German shepard mix started to show signs of the same symptoms of his other dog. He took his second dog to a vet who told the man that the dogs had most likely eaten something that made them sick. The man said he has no problems with his neighbors or any other person. He also did not find any evidence of tainted food in his yard, but keeps his dogs inside most of the time. The man said he wanted to notify police of the incident in the event there was a string of random dog poisonings. At the time of the police report, the second dog was still alive and being treated.

On Monday, April 26, Oro Valley police responded to the Kohl's on Oracle Road in reference to a shoplifting in progress. When police arrived, they made contact with security guard at the store who said he saw two females take clothing and jewelry into a changing room. When the females left the changing rooms their purses were bulging. After the two were detained and arrested, police found approximately $540 worth of merchandise on the two suspects who were cited and released. They were also warned if they came onto the property again, they would be cited for trespassing.

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