A forensic psychiatrist and criminal profiler who worked on the JonBenet Ramsey, Jodi Arias and Columbine High School cases was one of several people killed last week in a series of shootings police believe could be related.
Dr. Steven Pitt, 59, was fatally shot outside his office Thursday in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale. Witnesses heard a loud argument before gunshots.
“We are not ruling anything out, but at this point, a loud argument probably suggests they knew each other either professionally or personally,” Phoenix Police Sgt. Vince Lewis told NBC News.
A day later, two paralegals were shot to death inside a law office in Scottsdale: Veleria Sharp, 48, and Laura Anderson, 49. Police said one of the paralegals was able to walk to an intersection and find help, but later died in a hospital.
Police believe that all three deaths are connected, according to the Associated Press, though it is unclear how. Police are
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It is one of the most arresting images of the 1990s: the 6-year-old beauty queen done up in lipstick and eyelashes, her blonde curls falling about her face. The aspects of her all too brief life fascinate us as much as the brutal details of her death and the mystery of who killed her. Since her mother Patsy called 911 to report her daughter missing that fateful December morning, we have been fascinated by the murder of JonBenét Ramsey.
From the outside, the Ramsey family of Boulder, Colorado appeared to be the perfect American family. Father John was a successful businessman, while his wife Patsy was a former Miss West Virginia. They had two children: Burke, 9, and younger sister JonBenét. From a young age, Patsy had enrolled JonBenét in a series of child beauty pageants, for which she won the titles of America’s Royale Miss, Little Miss Charlevoix, Little Miss
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