A man arrested in connection with the death of a man in Kachina Villiage last year is heading to trial. Twenty-nine-year old Collin Tarr’s trail on second-degree murder, aggravated assault and second-degree burglary charges will begin May 12th of 2020. Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Gambel Oak Trail back on February 9th, 2018 after receiving a report there was a fight in progress. The two were reportedly drinking when the fight started. When deputies arrived they found 53-year-old Timothy Scott Larson unresponsive laying in the middle of the road. Larson was being guarded by an aggressive dog which was ultimately taken from the scene by a neighbor who knew it. A crew from the Highlands Fire Department arrived and began working on him to try and save his life, but Larson was pronounced dead a short time later. Deputies arrested Tarr and booked him into the Coconino County Jail. He remains in jail on one-million dollars bond.