Search warrant reveals items found in home where two Tucson men were fatally shot

Search warrant reveals items found in home where two Tucson men were fatally shot
Shooting scene in the 5700 block of East Duncan Street, near Swan and Grant roads. (Source: KOLD News 13)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Police released the search warrant from a midtown home where two men were shot and killed last week.

Corey Teixeira and Ali Mohamed, both 18, were found in the backyard of a residence on the 4600 block of East Duncan. Police are continuing their investigation into the incident, but believe the men attempted a home invasion and that it could be narcotics-related.

The search warrant listed items found inside the car, like Texiera’s ID, a vape pen, knife sheath, MacBook and what they suspected to be Xanax pills.

Inside the suspect’s home, officials found a shotgun, two .38 revolvers and two spent .38 casings.

Authorities said they also found drug paraphernalia, including suspected psilocybin mushrooms, suspected LSD and tabs, marijuana, marijuana seeds, THC/CBD cartridges and CBD oil.

The search warrant listed other items found inside the home, including a ski mask, money, knife, vacuum sealer and gun safe.

Detectives are continuing their investigation into the shooting and said the attempted break-in does not appear to be random.

To read the full story on the shooting, click HERE.

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