A man was arrested for killing a 27-year-old man Michael Glover in the Tonto National Forest on Saturday. The man has been identified as Zachary Michael Dillabough.
On Saturday, about 4:30 a.m., a woman reported hearing gunshots. She told the authorities that she saw another woman coming out of the woods while traveling to Payson. There may have been more than one person involved in the event, according to the initial call.
The Tonto Apache Police Department, Payson Police Department, and Sheriff’s Office all reacted quickly to the emergency.
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Who is Zachary Michael Dillabough?
Zachary Michael Dillabough is 27 years old. He is a resident of Scottsdale and was charged with second-degree murder. He was booked into Gila County Jail.
On Saturday at 4:30 a.m., a woman reported hearing gunshots. According to the Sheriff’s Office, she informed authorities that she had seen another woman coming out of the woods when she was on her way to Payson. According to the police, the initial call also raised the potential that more than one person might have been engaged in the event.
The issue was handled quickly by the Sheriff’s Office working with the Payson Police Department and the Tonto Apache Police Department.
Additional officers flocked to the area north of Payson, notably in the vicinity of the Rim Trail subdivision, where the event was alleged to have occurred, as deputies interviewed the woman who reported the shooting.
Officers arrived and found one individual, subsequently identified as Glover, dead. Dillabough was arrested without delay. There were no other people connected to the incident, according to a comprehensive check of the area.
The U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement and the Arizona Department of Public Safety both contributed significantly to the situation response.