Jury finds LaMadrid not guilty on all counts
CREATED Apr. 1, 2013 - UPDATED: Jul. 19, 2013
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Jury members found Max Montijo LaMadrid not guilty on all counts Friday in Pima County Superior Court.
LaMadrid was accused of murdering a Tucson teen more than 10 years ago.
Palo Verde High School student, Tanee Natividad, 16, was shot at a midtown Jack-In-The-Box fast food restaurant near Speedway and Swan in November 2001.
Investigators said La Madrid was at the restaurant looking for revenge for an acquaintance who was previously shot. The U.S. Marshall's office said La Madrid mistakenly thought the person he was looking for was in a car with the victim.
After the shooting, La Madrid disappeared for 9 years.
You may remember the case. It made national headlines and was featured on America's Most Wanted.
This was LaMadrid's third time going through a trial. His first two trials were declared mistrials.