Tempe Shooting: Argument Leads to Shooting in Arizona Parking Lot

An argument led to a shooting in Tempe, Arizona, early Tuesday morning, authorities said. At least one person was shot in the back parking lot of a United Parcel Service (UPS) center, according to KNXV-TV.

A man driving a car shot another man getting out of his car, KNXV reported. The person who was shot was taken to the hospital, while the other person fled the scene in the car but was later apprehended. The car was reportedly involved in a crash, and police detained the man on foot.

It was not immediately clear what the argument was about. The identities of both the alleged shooter and the victim were not immediately released. Authorities were investigating the situation.

Another shooting on Monday in Tempe injured two police officers who were attempting to serve an order of protection. The two female officers were responding to a reported domestic violence situation when a suspect opened fire on them.

One officer was shot once, while the other was shot three times. Tempe Police said one of the officers was released from the hospital, while the other was in good condition and receiving treatment at the hospital.

The suspect involved in the shooting was found dead at the scene, Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. It was not immediately clear whether the gunshot was self-inflicted.

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A shooting in Tempe, Arizona, injured one person on Tuesday. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images