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Arrest made after Arizona shooting spree leaves 1 dead, 5 injured: police

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article-mesa2-0318.jpgARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION Ryan Elliot Giroux, 41, was arrested Wednesday afternoon after allegedly shooting six people in Mesa, Ariz., killing one person.

A shooting spree across Mesa, Ariz. that left one person dead and five others injured ended with the arrest of an ex-convict Wednesday, police said.

The relieving end to a four-hour manhunt follows the heavily tattooed suspect Ryan Elliot Giroux allegedly first killing a man and wounding two women during an argument at a Tri-City Inn motel around 8:30 a.m., police said.


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But I thought only fatherless white folks committed crimes like these...

I know this. I lived in Japan before. ;)

Well, we have a problem. Which group do he belong to?

Us blacks don't want him. lol :rofl:



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