PHOENIX — A man is facing numerous felony charges in connection to an investigation into a body found during a Phoenix dumpster fire, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office said.
The man, identified as Dave Dinkins, is facing first-degree murder, kidnapping and arson charges.
The charges stem from a March incident when a man's body was found after firefighters extinguished a dumpster fire near the intersection of 11th Avenue and Madison Street.
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Police believe Dinkins was one of three people who were caught on security footage wheeling a body inside of a shopping cart to a dumpster, dumping the body in, and lighting it on fire. The other two people, allegedly 18-year-old Isaiah Baskin and 22-year-old Larry Scott, were arrested days after the initial incident.
Investigators believe the body is that of a man who lived in Phoenix's largest homeless encampment, otherwise known as "The Zone."
Officers did not say how they found Dinkins. Silent Witness previously offered a $2,000 reward for any information on the whereabouts and identity of a man depicted in a police sketch.
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Arizona's Silent Witness program allows people to send in tips and share information about crimes happening within their local communities.
The program shares unsolved felony case information in multiple ways, including TV, radio and social media.
Anyone who has information on a crime or recognizes a suspect described by the program is asked to call 480-948-6377, go to the program's website online or download the Silent Witness app to provide a tip. The identity of anyone who submits a tip is kept anonymous.
Calls to Silent Witness are answered 24/7 by a live person and submitted tips are accepted at all times. Submitted tips are then sent to the detective(s) in charge of the specific case.
Individuals who submit tips that lead to an arrest or indictment in the case can get a reward of up to $1,000.