A man wanted in the shooting death of two people was found dead Friday night, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.
Police said that Jose Guadalupe Sotelo killed himself in the east parking garage at Thunderbird Hospital around 9 p.m. Friday. According to a press release, Sotelo shot himself in the head as deputies approached him on the parking garage’s top floor.
Sotelo was wanted in connection with a double homicide, in which Police say he shot and killed a woman in her early 30s and a man in his early 40s in Youngtown early Friday morning. Sotelo allegedly threatened a third person in the home, but left them uninjured before fleeing in a stolen car.
Deputies have located Sotelo deceased in a parking garage at Thunderbird Hospital.
— Maricopa Sheriff (@MaricopaSheriff) October 26, 2013
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