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Richard J. Kastigar

Bureau Chief

Investigation Bureau Inc

HQ Phone:  (305) 992-1949

Email: r***@***.us

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Investigation Bureau Inc

398 E 33Rd ST Suite 201

Hialeah, Florida,33013

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Bureau Chief

Corrections


Communications Manager

Pima County


Criminal Investigations Bureau Chief

Arizona Daily Star


Affiliations

88-CRIME

Board Member


Web References(195 Total References)


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Investigations Bureau | Investigations Bureau Chief Richard J. Kastigar
Pima County Sheriff Department


www.tucsoncitizen.com

"We're still tracking down a number of leads to determine the motive and identify the suspect," said Richard Kastigar, head of the Investigations Bureau. The driver was shot three times and survived, Kastigar said.He would not release the man's name or the hospital to which he was taken. The name of one of the dead men is being withheld until family can be found and told of the death, Kastigar said. All three were from Mexico, Kastigar said. The BMW in which the bodies were found was registered in Sonora, Mexico, Kastigar said. A fourth man was seen running from the SUV after residents heard shots, Kastigar said. That man is thought to have been the shooter in the case, Kastigar said. The wounded driver was the victim of a theft in the unincorporated county last fall, Kastigar said.He said the man had reported the theft of $14,000 in cash. Kastigar said Sunday afternoon he had no other details on the theft. The killings are being investigated as a double homicide, Kastigar said.Save Money! Subscribe to the Tucson Citizen.


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The shooting occurred in the Green Valley area about 20 miles south of Tucson, Pima County sheriff's Bureau Chief Richard Kastigar said.
People inside the truck described bullets cutting into the rear of the pickup as the driver tried to flee, he said.


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Richard J. Kastigar
Senior Executive Advisor


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