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Daily Misfortune Monday February 3, 2014

Daily Misfortune Monday February 3, 2014 ---
Timeline February 2014 ---

Headlines
  1. 2 killed including suspect, 3 injured February 3, 2014 Andrew Parish Murder Suicide Kills Ex-Girlfriend Roommate, Shoots 3 others 
  2. 1 terroristic threat, 1 arrest February 3, 2014 King Philip Middle School Gun Threat 
  3. Memorial grows for 3-year-old killed in Napa CA
  4. Accidental gas leak sparks explosion at Tree Tops Resort 
  5. Kids with guns: Is America threatened by a new school shootingepidemic?
  6. 2 killed, 1 injured, school shooting February 3, 2014: 2014 Moscow High School 2 rifles Lone Wolf  Shooting
  7. 2 killed including suspect suicide, workplace attack February 3, 2014 Vancouver WA Paint Store Manager Shooting 
  8. 2 killed Prosecutors identify two people killed in Ringwood shooting
  9. Monday February 3, 2014 Arkansas Walmart Janitor Myron Terrell Shoots Customer
Details
  1. 2 killed including suspect, 3 injured February 3, 2014 Andrew Parish, 21 shot himself with a rifle as he was found by police after he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend's roommate -- 19-year-old Sara Davidson -- and injured three others -- Jasper, one of his sons, and the ex-girlfriend's mother at his ex-girlfriend's house. Police believe a domestic issue led to an argument. indychannel
  2. 1 terroristic threat, 1 arrest February 3, 2014 King Philip Middle School Gun Threat King Philip Middle School's head cook Wendy Ferris. She was arraigned on charges of making threats to her school on February 3 and was ordered to surrender her guns and stay away from the school 
  3. Memorial grows for 3-year-old killed in Napa NAPA, Calif. (KGO) -- A memorial is growing outside an apartment in Napa where the body of three-year-old Kayleigh Slusher was found on Saturday. 
  4. Accidental gas leak sparks explosion at Tree Tops Resort Officials determined the an accidental gas leak from an underground pipe on the property sparked Saturday night's explosion at the Tree Tops Resort in Gatlinburg. 
  5. Kids with guns: Is America threatened by a new school shootingepidemic? rt In January 2014, there have already been registered 11 school shooting incidents in the US, while lockdowns of campuses and classrooms happen even more often, with alerts in various educational institutions occurring on a virtually daily basis. 
  6. 2 killed, 29 hostage, 1 injured, school shooting February 3, 2014: 2014 Moscow School Shooting In Moscow, Russia, high school student Sergey Gordeyev opened fire at School No. 263 , killing a teacher. Gordeyev then took 29 students hostage, killed one police officer, and injured another. Later on he surrendered to the authorities. It is the second school shooting in Russia, the first being the Beslan school hostage crisis.The shooting sent dozens of other students scurrying into the street in sub-zero temperatures. He had two rifles legally obtained by his father. Officials were confident there was no link to terrorism. 2014 Moscow school shooting. Two people are shot and killed and 29 students are taken hostage at a high school inMoscow, Russia. The suspected shooter, a 15-year-old student at the school, surrenders to authorities. It is one of the first school shootings to occur in Russia. (Reuters)
  7. 2 killed including suspect suicide, workplace attack February 3, 2014 Vancouver WA Paint Store Manager Shooting In Vancouver, Washington a paint company driver fatally shot Benjamin Moore Paint distribution center manager Ryan E. Momeny. Then he shot and killed himself at a Vancouver business park. 
  8. 2 killed Prosecutors identify two people killed in Ringwood shootingNew Jersey Ringwood Police were called to the scene on a report of shots fired, according to DeMarco, who said both men died at the scene. Officials said there was "no danger to the community.".
  9. Monday February 3, 2014 Arkansas Walmart Janitor Myron Terrell Shoots Customer Walmart custodian Myron Terrell admitted he shot customer Lori Martin, mother and wife, six times after his shift was over. He walked into the store and appeared to target this one woman while she was shopping. He was identified by the store video and was soon arrested. He told detectives a cover story that he felt threatened by her and that she had harassed him his whole life, however police believe he had no connection to his victim. This obvious lie is similar to (but evidently not connected to other similar) unprovoked on attacks where the assailant claimed to be chased by attackers, harassed or bullied or threatened. He also appeared to target one person rather than shoot into a crowd, like other recent shootings of specific people even though they appeared to have no connection. The woman was critically injured and was eventually able to speak to her husband. The story received no coverage outside of local news and and few obscure anti-american racist internet sites.