NEWTON FALLS, Ohio (AP) — A home where three people were shot to death in northeast Ohio near the Pennsylvania state line has been demolished.
WFMJ (http://bit.ly/16kTEiA ) reports the house in which authorities found the three bodies in July 2012 was torn down Wednesday.
The station reports an area contractor donated the resources to raze the property, which has been donated to the city. Zoning administrator Brett Godfrey says the city expects to annex the land to an existing park that has a playground named in memory of one of the victims.
Police at the time said the gunman, 55-year-old Robert Brazzon, of Newton Falls, shot himself in the chest after he was surrounded by pursuing officers in a cemetery.
Brazzon's girlfriend was later found dead in his home. Police said Brazzon shot her.
Information from: WFMJ-TV, http://www.wfmj.com