COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Connie Jones, the former wife of Dwight Lamon Jones, whom authorities believe to be the man responsible for six deadly Arizona shootings, speaks up for the first time after receiving news of Jones’ death. In a soon-to-air TV interview, Jones called Dwight Lamon, the Arizona serial killer “her personal terrorist.”
Arizona Serial Killer Targeted People Connected to Divorce, Ex-Detective Declared
During Friday’s episode of “Dateline,” Connie Jones, the former wife of Dwight Lamon, will talk about her 20-year-long marriage to the Arizona serial killer and how she ended up hiring an army of bodyguards to protect her family.
According to Jones’ claims, her mishaps began shortly after she won the divorce. In 2010, shortly after convincing the magistrates to grant her full custody of their child, Mrs. Jones began receiving a menacing message from Dwight Lamon.
In one of the message, the Arizona serial killer wrote that he’s going to strike when Jones’ defenses were down. Several days after receiving Lamon’s messages, Jones heard on the new about the string of murders that took the entire state by surprise.
Shortly after that, Connie hired Rick Anglin, a retired homicide detective, and the man that would be her husband.
While investigating Anglin, the retired lawman turned bodyguard told the authorities that all the victims were connected to Jones’ divorce.
As a result, the authorities established that Dr. Steven Pitt, a renowned forensic physiatrist, testified against Lamon in court. All the other victims, including Marshall Levin, Laura Anderson, Valeria Sharp, Bryon and Mary Simmons were involved with what had happened in court in 2010.
During her interview, Mrs. Jones recalled that after the shooting, her life changed. She was compelled to learn how to use a weapon and had to hire an entire armed escort just to go shopping or to take her son to school.
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