Police to answer questions about Mesa deadly shooting at community meeting

It's been two weeks since the deadly mass shooting in Mesa, but the effects of the scary ordeal may still be looming.

Police will meet with the public on Wednesday night to answer questions about the man in accused the shooting spree and what happened.     

The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at Mesa Community College library, just a couple of miles away from the scene of last month's shooting.

Ryan Giroux is accused of opening fire at several locations on March 18.

Police say the shootings first began at a motel over a drug dispute.

One man was killed and his mother was wounded in the attack.

Afterward, Giroux is accused of shooting an employee at Bistro 13 before carjacking a woman.

Police say he shot two more men at separate apartment complexes before he was finally arrested.

Giroux has a long criminal history. He was most recently released from prison in 2013 after serving time for attempted aggravated assault charges.

He's charged with nearly two dozen counts including first-degree murder.
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