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Rancho Tehama gunman killed wife, neighbor before rampage

By Chip Thompson editor@redbluffdailynews.com @editorchip on Twitter|

Rancho Tehama shooter faced charges of shooting at, stabbing neighbors

Rancho Tehama >> The man who went on a shooting spree Tuesday morning in Rancho Tehama, killing five and wounding 10, was being prosecuted for assault stemming from an attack on neighbors in January and possession of an assault weapon. Kev...

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