TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) Tips from the public led to the arrest of a Tucson man in connection with a Sept. 1 stabbing and attempted armed robbery at a pizza restaurant on Tucson’s west side.Police say 18 year old Alex Joseph Haider turned himself in to officers on Sunday night, Sept. 3.Another suspect is still being sought. Police say he is described as a White man, 5’9″ tall, 200 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.MOBILE USERS: The KOLD News 13 mugshots of the month are available HERE.Haider was booked into the Pima County Jail on the following charges: attempted armed robbery, aggravated robbery, aggravated assault with a weapon, kidnapping and an unrelated misdemeanor warrant.According to police two men entered the Chariot Pizza at 3930 N. One suspect allegedly sprayed an employee with what appeared to be pepper spray and got into a struggle with a second employee. During the struggle, the second suspect allegedly stabbed the employee several times. The first suspect also allegedly stomped on the employee.The stabbing victim was taken to Banner University Medical Center for treatment of non life threatening injuries. The employee who had been pepper sprayed was treated at the scene.The two suspects fled on foot after attempting to take money from the cash register, police said.Multiple tips on possible suspects led police to Haider after the incident was reported here.READ MORE: Attempted robbery at local pizza restaurantAnyone with information about this incident or the suspect is asked to call 911 or 88 CRIME.Bootman case to be handled by Maricopa County prosecutorBootman case to be handled by Maricopa County prosecutorUpdated: Monday, June 19 2017 11:50 PM EDT2017 06 20 03:50:56 GMTJessie Lyle Bootman (Source: University of Arizona)Pima County officials have handed over prosecution of the 2015 sex crimes case against a University of Arizona dean.Pima County officials have handed over prosecution of the 2015 sex crimes case against a University of Arizona dean.Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media banSupreme Court strikes down sex offender social media banPosted: Monday, June 19 2017 10:25 AM EDT2017 06 19 14:25:13 GMTUpdated: Monday, June 19 2017 9:47 PM EDT2017 06 20 01:47:02 GMTThe Supreme Court has struck down a North Carolina law that bars convicted sex offenders from Facebook, Twitter and other popular sites.The Supreme Court has struck down a North Carolina law that bars convicted sex offenders from Facebook, Twitter and other popular sites.Officials approve $26 million in spending in profiling caseOfficials approve $26 million in spending in profiling casePosted: Monday, June 19 2017 6:49 PM EDT2017 06 19 22:49:22 GMTUpdated: Monday, June 19 2017 7:36 PM EDT2017 06 19 23:36:30 GMTOfficials in metro Phoenix gave final approval Monday to $26 million in additional spending to cover the taxpayer costs of a nearly 10 year old racial profiling lawsuit that ultimately discredited then Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s immigration patrols.Officials in metro Phoenix gave final approval Monday to $26 million in additional spending to cover the taxpayer costs of a nearly 10 year old racial profiling lawsuit that ultimately discredited then Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s immigration patrols.

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