Share this story...
Aaron Juan Saucedo, the suspect in the Serial Street Shooter case in Phoenix, is shown. (Phoenix Police Photos)
Latest News

Phoenix media fight for accused serial killer’s case files

Aaron Juan Saucedo, the suspect in the Serial Street Shooter case in Phoenix, is shown. (Phoenix Police Photos)

PHOENIX  — Arizona journalists are fighting a court decision concealing information in the case of the so-called Serial Street Shooter.

A lawyer representing the Arizona Republic, Associated Press and several TV broadcast stations filed the motion Friday.

Police have accused 23-year-old Aaron Juan Saucedo of killing nine people in 12 shootings in 2015 and 2016.
He faces multiple charges of first-degree murder and aggravated assault.

Saucedo maintained his innocence in court.

The Arizona Republic reports that a Maricopa County judge had granted a prosecutor’s motion to seal parts of the criminal complaint and indictment, citing an ongoing investigation.

The news coalition, including CBS 5 (KPHO-TV), ABC15 (KNXV-TV), 3 TV (KTVK), 12 News (KPNX-TV) and Telemundo of Arizona, contends that they have a legal right to the public records indicating probable cause.