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Vehicles are parked in the driveway of a home south of Defiance, Ohio on Thursday night, Feb. 6, 2014, after an apparent murder-suicide left four people dead. Officials identified the dead as Robert Garza Sr., 68, his wife, Christine Garza, 61, their daughter, Zoila Garza, 42, and a granddaughter, 15-year-old Rebecca Garza. The grandfather apparently killed the others and then took his own life, according to Defiance County sheriff's department investigators. (AP Photo/The Crescent-News, Jeff Long)

Vehicles are parked in the driveway of a home south of Defiance, Ohio on Thursday night, Feb. 6, 2014, after an apparent murder-suicide left four people dead. Officials identified the dead as Robert Garza Sr., 68, his wife, Christine Garza, 61, their daughter, Zoila Garza, 42, and a granddaughter, 15-year-old Rebecca Garza. The grandfather apparently killed the others and then took his own life, according to Defiance County sheriff's department investigators. (AP Photo/The Crescent-News, Jeff Long)

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