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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio began putting inmates in pink boxer jail shorts 17 years ago as a way to counter the theft of the traditional white shorts worn by the inmates. He called the pink shorts "Go Joes" and their popularity grew so much after the program was publicized that the department began selling them at $15 a pair.
An ex-convict who went on a deadly shooting spree targeted two ex-girlfriends, fatally shooting both of them and five members of their families, including his own 12-year-old daughter, police said Friday.