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Jared Lougher's Mother, Amy, a Pima County Employee, Reportedly Not at Work Today

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Amy Joanne Loughner, mother of Tucson shooting suspect Jared Lee Loughner, works for Pima County as a manager at Agua Caliente Park.

A lot of people ask that we pray for Amy and her husband, Randy, Jared's father.

That's about all we can tell you about Amy and her place in county government, for now. The receptionist at the park's office blurted out when we called, "We don't have any comment!"  And the county's HR director, Gwyn Hatcher, who is fielding all calls on the subject, hasn't yet responded to our requests for comment.

Meantime, here's a presentation she did on the threat of exotic aquatic species in local ecosystems. And listen to her voicemail below.

Amy Laughner Voice Mail

Further Reading:

The Face of Crazy: Jared Loughner Eerily Smirks in Photo Taken After Shooting Rampage

Gabrielle Giffords Shooting Wasn't First Arizona Rampage

Westboro Bapstis Church to Protest Funeral of 9-Year-Old Girl Murdered in Tucson Rampage Shooting. Hells Angels to the Rescue?

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