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.