Gunman dies from gunshot wounds

Full story: KSL-TV

Just before 2:30 p.m. Friday, a gunman at Francis Peak Apartments, located at 600 West Mutton Hollow Road in Kaysville, shot 51-year-old maintenance manager Steve Bailey multiple times, "emptying the clip" and critically wounding him.
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“Pair of Socks”

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Live by the Gun,




Die By Gunshot
Bennie

Columbus, GA

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True that.
justiceforall

Clearfield, UT

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Who in their right mind confronts an already irate resident and provokes that person to the point he wants to kill someone! STUPID! If the maintenance worker had any common sense, he would have done one of three things: ignore yelling resident and continue delivering refrigerator, or contact management, or contact police. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out!

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