TUCSON, AZ - A Tucson police officer has been fired after being arrested for allegedly pulling a gun on a convenience store clerk while off duty.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department notified Tucson police that 23-year-old Kyle James McCartin was taken into custody early Tuesday.
Rincon District deputies responded to a call of an assault with a deadly weapon at the Giant Gas Station about 3 a.m.
Authorities say two men wearing bullet-proof vests allegedly approached the gas station clerk and one of them later identified as McCartin allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it twice at the clerk.
The men fled on foot, but were later found at an apartment complex.
Police say McCartin was hired last September and was on probationary status
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