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>> 56-year-old Dwight Jones who took his own life at a Scottsdale, Arizona hotel on Monday is suspected of killing six people who appear to be connected to his divorce.>> Highly unusual.>> One of his alleged victims, renowned psychiatrist Steven Pitt, who is found dead outside his office on Thursday.
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Pitt had consulted on serial killings, and the 1996 murder of child beauty queen, JonBenet Ramsey. In 2010, Pitt testified as an expert in Jones' divorce case saying, quote, the father has anxiety disorder, mood disorder, and features of an anti-social narcissistic and paranoid personality. He went on to say that Jones, quote, poses a high risk to perpetrate violence toward Mother, the minor child, and/or himself.
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The three other victims of the murder spree included two paralegals employed by the attorney's office that represented Jones' wife in the divorce. And a life coach who worked in the same office space as a psychiatrist who saw Jones' son. The last two victims, a woman and a man, were killed early Monday morning.
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They have not yet been identified by authorities. On Monday, police sent a drone into the extended stay hotel room where Jones was holed up. Officers who entered soon afterwards say they found Jones dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot.