PHOENIX — A man who opened fire at an office complex in Phoenix was found dead Thursday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the nearby city of Mesa, police said. One of his victims, a lawyer, was placed on life support and "will not survive," according to a statement from the firm where he worked.
A landscaper found the body of the gunman, Arthur Harmon, before 8 a.m., said Sgt. Tommy Thompson, a spokesman for the Phoenix Police Department. A rented Kia Optima, his getaway car, was parked nearby.
On Wednesday, Harmon, 70, killed a businessman, Steven Singer, 48, whose company he had sued, and critically injured the lawyer, Mark Hummels, 43, who was representing Singer, police said.
Nichole Hampton, 32, who came upon the shooting as she was leaving the building, was shot in the hand.