A man who participated in a series of killings that terrorized Phoenix has been sentenced to life in prison by a jury.
One of the suspected so-called Serial Shooters that plagued Phoenix between 2005 and 2006 said in court he shot one of the victims.
The serial murder trial of an Arizona man accused of killing eight people during a 16-month shooting spree got under way in Phoenix, prosecutors said.
Court officials expect as many as 3,000 potential jurors will be questioned as a panel is selected to hear the so-called "Serial Shooter" trial in Phoenix.
Surveillance tapes captured chilling incidents of boasting from two suspects eventually arrested in the Arizona "Serial Shooter" killings.
One of the suspects in Arizona's serial shooter case apparently tried to kill himself by taking an overdose of over-the-counter antihistamines.
The two men charged with the "Serial Shooter" drive-by attacks and killings in Phoenix are each painting the other as the real killer.
One of the two Phoenix men jailed on charges in a year-long serial killing spree says he was arrested only for association with his accused roommate.
Publicity around arrests in one of two Phoenix serial killing sprees has some concerned the killer still on the loose may become angry at being overshadowed.
Law enforcement authorities in the Phoenix area have arrested two men in Arizona's "Serial Shooter" case involving 24 shootings.
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