The ex-wife of the man suspected of six recent killings in metro Phoenix, the ex-wife's divorce attorney and the ex-wife's current husband have scheduled a news conference Tuesday afternoon in Flagstaff.
None have previously spoken publicly about the case involving 56-year-old Dwight Lamon Jones, who authorities say killed himself as police closed in on him June at an extended-stay residence in Scottsdale.
Dr. Connie Jones' current husband is Rick Anglin, a former police detective who reportedly first linked the killings to his wife's former husband.
The attorney is Elizabeth Feldman, a lawyer with a firm where two paralegals were fatally shot.
Other victims included a forensic psychiatrist, a counselor and a Fountain Hills couple.