Arizona police have a suspect in custody after one person was killed and 13 people were injured in a series of what appeared to be drive-by shootings Thursday.
Authorities responded to reports of an active shooter in the West Valley, about 20 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix, at about 12:30 p.m local time, the Surprise Police Department tweeted initially.
In the end, at least four people were shot and others were injured in resulting car accidents or shrapnel, according to Peoria Sgt. Brandon Sheffert.
The shooting spree resulted in eight separate incidents within about an hour and a half, Surprise and Peoria police said.
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