From the Arizona Republic of January 6, 2009
Man arrested in double murder
The Glendale Police Department has made its first homicide arrest of 2009, thanks to help from Phoenix police.
Jesus Adan Nevarez-Cota is suspected of being one of four men involved in a home-invasion robbery in June that left the homeowner and an intruder dead.
Police say Nevarez-Cota, 20, of Phoenix, and the three other men were armed with assault rifles when they kicked in the back door of a Glendale residence in the 7000 block of West Cavalier Drive. Police say the homeowner, who also was armed, confronted the men and a gunbattle ensued.
Police said Nevarez-Cota is the registered owner of a vehicle that the men used to leave the scene.
Phoenix police talked to Nevarez-Cota on Dec. 31, during a traffic stop, and called Glendale authorities.
He now faces two counts of first-degree murder.