Dad of suspect in Las Vegas rampage honors victims
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The father of a suspect involved in a June rampage in Las Vegas that left two police officers and a bystander dead paid tribute to the victims during a visit to the crime scene.
Todd Woodruff of Lafayette, Indiana, laid flowers Friday against the window of a pizza shop where his daughter, Amanda Miller, and her husband, Jerad Miller, fatally shot officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo in an ambush during their lunch break.
Woodruff also visited a nearby Wal-Mart where his 22-year-old daughter shot and killed shopper Joseph Wilcox.
Amanda Miller and her 31-year-old husband died in an exchange of gunfire with police inside the store.