Police find 60 guns at home of OH nursing home shooter

Police find 60 guns at home of OH nursing home shooter

In Kirkersville, Ohio, the suspect who is now dead is accused with killed a state village police chief, and two employees from a nursing home have violent past records revealed by a court, which even shows the history of violence includes one of the now dead nurses.

A coroner says the OH police chief slain by a gunman who killed two others in a nursing home last week died from a shotgun wound as he exited his auto. Kirkersville police chief Steven DiSario, nurse's aide Cindy Krantz and nurse Marlina Medrano were shot and killed Friday, by Medrano's ex-boyfriend, Thomas Hartless, 43. He was also previously served in jail after an abduction case reported against him with another woman in the year 2009, which was solved after some period.

A search warrant return lists 64 firearms, including rifles, shotguns and handguns.

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Hartless pleaded guilty in his latest domestic violence case and was sentenced on March 23 to 90 days in jail.

Hours after he allegedly choked his girlfriend several times, Thomas Hartless walked into Ohio's Licking County Municipal Court Probation Department and was not told he had to stay away from her.

"I am not trying to validate why he acted the way he did", Medrano's letter said. "With intense therapy, medication compliance and lifestyle changes, I am most confident we can and will overcome our struggles". Hartless was later found dead inside the nursing home where Medrano worked. Authorities say Medrano obtained a protection order against Hartless a week before he killed her. His funeral service will be held Saturday in Grove City.

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