Psychiatrist in JonBenét Ramsey case among four people killed in Arizona

Psychiatrist in JonBenet Ramsey Case Murdered

The shooting death of a prominent forensic psychiatrist who assisted in high-profile murder cases including serial killings in Phoenix is connected to the killings of two paralegals, said authorities, who were investigating Saturday whether a fourth homicide was also related.

Steven Pitt was slain Thursday. He believed the key to the case was pineapple in JonBenet's digestive tract, which showed she had eaten some not long before she died.

The outlet reports witnesses near the scene heard a loud argument outside the office, followed by gun shots.

Yesterday, local police said they had made a connection between the double murder of the two women and the shooting death of 59-year-old Pitt.

Scottsdale police received a call early Saturday about a man found fatally shot inside a business.

Police eventually arrested Mark Goudeau, and he was convicted of nine killings and 58 other charges, including kidnapping and rape. In a 1999 profile of Pitt by the Phoenix New Times, centered around the Ramsey investigation, the psychiatrist was described as "a street-smart, openly ambitious wiseguy who seems most comfortable helping detectives sort out the psychopathology that has led someone - known or unknown - to commit a crime".

Veleria Sharp, 48, and Laura Anderson, 49, were both shot about 2:15 p.m. on Friday near the law office where they worked as paralegals.

Hoster did not say how the deaths of Pitt, Sharp and Anderson were thought to be connected or address why the three were killed.

The Washington Post was unable to reach Burt, Feldman and Grenier on Sunday.

Laura has worked with us as family for more than 10 years.

Hoster said there was no indication that family members of the victims were in danger. She was more than a coworker, she was a friend, a mother, a grandmother, daughter and wife and gave all of herself to her family, her friends and her work. She was a dedicated mother, wife and daughter. The Arizona Republic reported that the man, Marshall Levine, was a psychologist and counselor.

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