Parents of Arizona Suspect Get Cards and Flowers

Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011 07:36 PM

 

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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Besides the families of victims from Saturday's mass shooting in Tucson, the parents of suspect Jared Loughner are also getting support — even from strangers.

People have been dropping off cards and flowers at the home of Randy and Amy Loughner Wednesday.

One of them was nurse Lisa Campbell, who lives about three miles away and doesn't know the couple.

She brought by a card and flowers. Campbell said in the card were her name and phone number — in case they wanted someone to talk to.

Campbell said she wanted the Loughners to know they had the support of Tucsonians.

The Loughners issued a statement Tuesday expressing remorse over the shooting.

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