An 18-year-old girl has been arrested in connection to a deadly home invasion at a north Phoenix apartment.
One person died, and three others were hurt during the incident on Jan. 29.
The shooting happened at a complex near 31st and Vogel avenues near Metrocenter Mall.
Police say Sabrina Marie Goss,18, originally pretended to be a victim of the home invasion, but it was later learned that she helped plan the attack and provided information to the suspects while she was at the party inside the home.
Police say four men entered the apartment firing shots, hitting three people. One of the victims returned fire with a rifle hitting and killing one of the suspects.
A neighbor told ABC15 at the time that he heard the gunfire that morning.
"I was asleep; it was about 5:40 or 5:30 something, and pop, pop, pop, pop then it paused and a few more pop, pop, pop, pop, like they were firing back," Calderon told ABC15.
Police say they found Facebook messages between Goss and one of the suspects that depicted items that were to be stolen, details about the layout of the apartment and locations of the victims.
Goss was located and arrested on Feb. 3, and is being held on a $1 million bond. She has been charged with armed robbery, burglary, and first-degree murder.