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October 7, 1999 | Reuters
A 19-year-old man who survived last year's shooting rampage at an Oregon high school was accidentally shot and killed by his brother while hunting, authorities said Wednesday. Richard Peek Jr. died instantly Tuesday when his brother Robert's .30-caliber rifle accidentally discharged as the two were hunting deer in the Cascade foothills near Leaburg, about 100 miles south of Portland, Lane County sheriff's Sgt. Byron Trapp said.
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October 7, 1999 | Reuters
A 19-year-old man who survived last year's shooting rampage at an Oregon high school was accidentally shot and killed by his brother while hunting, authorities said Wednesday. Richard Peek Jr. died instantly Tuesday when his brother Robert's .30-caliber rifle accidentally discharged as the two were hunting deer in the Cascade foothills near Leaburg, about 100 miles south of Portland, Lane County sheriff's Sgt. Byron Trapp said.
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May 10, 1996 | Associated Press
Three adults and two children were found slashed to death Thursday at a trailer park, and police using a tracking dog arrested a suspect in the woods nearby. The throats of all the victims were slashed, investigators said. Girley Logsdon Crum, 34, of Bandon, was arrested and jailed on murder charges. Bond was set at $5 million. Crum, a convicted robber, had been released Monday from the County Jail after serving 21 days for a parole violation.
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May 10, 1996 | Associated Press
Three adults and two children were found slashed to death Thursday at a trailer park, and police using a tracking dog arrested a suspect in the woods nearby. The throats of all the victims were slashed, investigators said. Girley Logsdon Crum, 34, of Bandon, was arrested and jailed on murder charges. Bond was set at $5 million. Crum, a convicted robber, had been released Monday from the County Jail after serving 21 days for a parole violation.
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