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Crandon, Wisconsin / Shootings #946749

FNC Evening News for Monday, Oct 08, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The deaths of six students in a shooting rampage by gunman Tyler Peterson at a party in Crandon, Wisconsin, reported; photo of Peterson and scenes shown. [MAN – reacts.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith; Crandon, Wisconsin: Jeff Goldblatt) The gunman’s possible motive, his ex-girlfriend/victim Jordanne Murray††, police background checks, and “The Pioneer Express” newspaper article from September about the Peterson’s SWAT team discussed.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Photos shown of the victims {Lindsey Stahl††, Katrina McCorkle†, Lianna Thomas†, Bradley Schultz†}; the apology from the gunman’s relatives and the reactions in the small town reported. [Pastor Bill FARR†- reads the Petersons’ statement.] [Peterson’s former babysitter Mary COCHRAN†, neighbor Delores KINCAID† and bar owner Jack JENSEN†- comment.]

Smith, Shepard;
Goldblatt, Jeff

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