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Police say a man, identified as John Alexander of Frontenac, shot and killed his estranged wife and the caregiver of their children. Alexander shot his wife, who was in her car with their three children, shortly before 6 p.m. Friday night.
The above photo is from a 2001 NewsChannel 5 story involving John Alexander and a dispute with the city of Frontenac.
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