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Then, about a week after he was released from jail, Mike McGraw showed up in the offices of the county attorney, asking to speak to Richard Romley. McGraw wanted to be placed in a witness protection program, claiming he was being stalked by killers. He told prosecutors he was staying with Pam, Bill and Roseanne, and he was afraid that they might also be in harm's way. Prosecutors took his statement and sent him away.
A few days later, McGraw was admitted to Maricopa Medical Center after he allegedly put a pistol to his head and began to weep. Judge Morris Rozar signed an order directing McGraw to complete the 40 days of counseling he had signed up for in Tucson before his arrest. He reportedly was transferred to the Tucson Psychiatric Institute, where he had been treated before he confessed" to the temple murders. The institute will neither confirm nor deny whether McGraw ever returned there, or even if he's there right now.
Pam says she doesn't know his whereabouts. She says her brief relationship" with McGraw has hurt her reputation, cost her her skin-care clients and generally been a lot of bother. She says she doesn't expect to hear from him again.
And she adds that she is not now, nor ever was, his girlfriend. She says she was just acting, just being a good citizen.
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