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Suspect Who Shot Ariz. Deputy, May Have Killed N.H. Couple

January 09, 2012  | 

Authorities are investigating whether a sheriff's deputy shot to death while answering a burglary call and a New Hampshire couple found dead in their car in Sedona, Ariz., were killed by the same gunman.

Deputy William Coleman, 50, was gunned down early Sunday at a north Phoenix medical building, reports the Associated Press.

Deputy Coleman and the couple near the resort town of Sedona on Friday were all shot with a high-powered rifle. And the two crime scenes are connected by Interstate 17.

Tags: Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff, Investigations, Homicide Investigations


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