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Topic - Martha Earnhardt
After firing tear gas and searching with thermal imaging and tactical teams, authorities in Montgomery appeared to have left a home early Tuesday where they believed the man charged with fatally shooting three people near Auburn University might have been hiding.
"I know it was Richard's number when he drove and this is his grandson, and I understand that," Martha Earnhardt said in an interview with Fox Sports 1. "As long as they don't make it look like the No. 3. If they painted it a different color, I can sort of deal with it, but I don't want to see the black No. 3 there just like Dale's."
But with the "inch-by-inch" search of the house having failed to turn find Mr. Leonard, Ms. Earnhardt said, authorities are now investigating the reports themselves.