Pamela Rae Martinez, 60, was shot and killed previously this month as she was creating foods deliveries close to the Valley.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — A suspect has been arrested for allegedly murdering a 60-year-old supply driver in Glendale before this thirty day period following law enforcement identified a image of them on the victim’s telephone. 

Rusty French, 62, was taken into custody Thursday for allegedly killing Pamela Rae Martinez on June 11 in Glendale. 

Law enforcement say Martinez was located unconscious in her motor vehicle at about 7:30 p.m. in close proximity to Bell Street and 59th Avenue. The target had been shot and was pronounced deceased at the scene. 

A photograph uncovered on the victim’s cell phone appeared to demonstrate French sitting in a van in the vicinity of Martinez’s auto. Police say the target experienced just completed her very last foods supply that evening when she took this image.

French and Martinez were not acknowledged to every other nor was she offering food items to him that night. 

Glendale law enforcement say French admitted to being the male in Martinez’s photograph but claimed to have “blacked out” the situations of June 11. A firearm uncovered in French’s house matched ballistically with the variety of weapon employed to kill Martinez.

French has been booked into jail on a person count of next-degree murder. 

VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL: Una repartidora de comida del Valle fotografió a su atacante antes de que la asesinaran, informó la policía

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