Dad Charged After Louisville Shootings

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Updated: 7/18/2012 12:01 am
Police in Louisville say the sole survivor of a weekend mass shooting is now accused of murder.

Police say 36-year-old John Devine shot his ex-girlfriend Sade Goldsmith and their sons, John and Jon'tee, over the weekend. Police say Devine then shot himself, but survived. He now at a Louisville hospital, and will be moved to jail once he's released.

Devine is charged with murder and burglary. Police are not saying what the motive was, but they say the murders occurred in a moment of great anger. And police say Devine has confessed.
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