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When Lisa Mederos was shot and killed by boyfriend J.T. Ready, she not only left behind a 19-year-old daughter who survived, but also a collection of antiques.
It all began with neighbors hearing gunshots. Then, two frantic 911 calls followed.
All four people killed by a former neo-Nazi before he turned the gun on himself this month in Gilbert were shot in the head, according to a police report released Tuesday that paints the clearest picture yet of the gruesome crime scene.
T.J. Traxler and Brittany Mederos share something tragic — and painful — in common.
Inside the lobby of Gilbert’s Town Council Chambers, a promotional poster touts Gilbert, AZ as the place where you want to live and notes it was named as one of the Top 100 safest places to live in America by Money Magazine in 2010.
The Gilbert Police Department will host a community meeting 7 p.m. Thursday at the Town Hall Council Chambers, 50 E. Civic Center Drive, regarding the investigation into the shootings that left four adults and one toddler dead last week.
A pair of 911 calls reveal the horror just before — and after — a former neo-Nazi allegedly fatally shot four people before turning a gun on himself in a Phoenix suburb.
A Chandler Jewish learning center that was tagged with swastikas earlier this year is planning a free, 10-day public Hanukkah festival in December.
The rabbi of a Chandler Jewish center tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti this week said community members are troubled by the incident, which he hopes was only a lone teenager acting out.