Did Love Triangle Lead to Murder?

New details are emerging in a deadly shooting in Riverside that claimed three lives.

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    Police are looking into whether a love triangle may have led to a deadly shootout in Riverside.

    Tuesday evening, police were called to a gated community on Trailway Drive. Investigators say a man identified as Virgil Millon shot and killed two people, Arabella Bradford and Malvin Conley. Millon was Bradford’s ex-boyfriend. Conley was the current boyfriend.
    The arriving officer shot Millon when he allegedly refused to drop his gun. Millon was pronounced dead at a hospital.
    One day before the shooting, Bradford served Millon with court papers stating she planned to pursue a permanent restraining order. 
    All three people involved had worked in law enforcement. Bradford was a parole agent. Millon and Conley were corrections officers.

    Did Love Triangle Lead to Murder?

    [LA] Did Love Triangle Lead to Murder?
    New details are emerging in a deadly shooting in Riverside that claimed three lives. (Published Wednesday, May 11, 2011)