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Arthur Harmon, Phoenix Office Shooter, Iced Himself in a Mesa Parking Lot

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Arthur Harmon, the man police say shot three people yesterday at a Phoenix office building, was found dead in the parking lot of the Bass Pro Shops store in Mesa.

Police believe he committed suicide by shooting himself.

See also:
- Attorney Mark Hummels "Will Not Survive" Shooting, According to Law Firm
-Phoenix Shooting: Three People Shot at Office Complex

As we suggested yesterday, Harmon is indeed the cops' suspect, and the lawsuit he's involved in definitely played some sort of role.

One of the people shot was attorney Mark Hummels, an attorney for the Osborn Maledon law firm, who was involved in the lawsuit.

The man who was killed, 48-year-old Steve Singer, was the CEO of a company called Fusion Contact Centers, which was the other party in the lawsuit.

A woman named Nichole Hampton was the third person shot.

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