Man shot to death in north Phoenix, suspect arrested months later

A woman wanted for a murder in Mesa has been arrested in connection to a deadly shooting at a north Phoenix home in January.

The incident happened just after 8 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29 near 16th Street and Union Hills Drive.

Originally, police said that an unidentified homeowner was inside his house when he was confronted by a group of people. A gunfight broke out, and the homeowner was accused of shooting and killing a man.

"The people who arrived with the victim fled the home after the shooting and remain outstanding. The homeowner remained on scene and cooperated with police," Phoenix Police Sgt. Melissa Soliz explained.

The man who was killed was identified as 41-year-old Aaron Byous.

Months later, on April 8, Phoenix Police announced the arrest of Kathryn Hansen in connection to Byous' death.

Hansen was wanted out of Mesa for the deadly shooting of another man back in February.

It's unclear how Hansen and the homeowner are connected or if they are the same person. No other information was released about the case.