Police: No new information in Gilbert rampage
The shooting scene in Gilbert. Photo courtesy of KNXV-TV.
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GILBERT, Ariz. (AP) - Gilbert police say they plan to release no new information in the case of a former neo-Nazi who they believe shot and killed four people before turning the gun on himself.
Police Sgt. Bill Balafas said Monday that he would not be releasing any new information on the investigation into the shooting at a Gilbert home on Wednesday.
He says that he has been inundated with public-records requests from members of the news media and planned to concentrate on fulfilling those.
Authorities believe 39-year-old Jason Todd "JT" Ready shot and killed his girlfriend and three others, including a toddler, before killing himself in a domestic dispute.
Ready was a former member of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement and led a civilian border patrol group known as the U.S. Border Guard.
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