Pinal supervisor discovered Coolidge bodies

CoolidgeBy Joey Chenoweth | Casa Grande Dispatch

A police investigator said the shooting deaths of three people in Coolidge appears to be a murder-suicide with its roots in a marital conflict.

The Coolidge Police Department released the identities of the three people found dead on Signal Peak Road in western Coolidge on Wednesday. Reyna Idalia Renteria, 45, and Everardo Verduzco, 57, were a married couple from Coolidge, and Francisco Renteria Valenzuela, 75, was Renteria’s father. All three were pronounced dead at the scene by medical personnel.

The three bodies were discovered Wednesday morning by Pinal County Supervisor Steve Miller, who was driving from Casa Grande to Florence.


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