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Thwarted weapon purchase presaged deadly stalking of spouse

Into the days before Keland Hill killed their estranged wife in the front of these kiddies outside a primary college in Vancouver, he previously been arrested twice for domestic physical physical violence, attempted to purchase a weapon and appeared as if tracking their wife’s motions by having a GPS monitor put on her automobile.

Soon prior to the shooting that is fatal week, a Clark County prosecutor had expected to improve Hill’s bail to $2 million to help keep him in prison, however a judge denied the demand.

Tiffany Hill was indeed wanting to keep her spouse and ended up being afraid of just exactly exactly what he’d do, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Lauren Boyd told The Oregonian/OregonLive. (more…)