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Apparent murder-suicide reported in San Diego military housing

San Diego police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide Wednesday afternoon in an off-base military-housing neighborhood.

A man called police to say he had killed his wife and was holding their child as a hostage. After a SWAT standoff, a toddler was carried from the home in the Serra Mesa neighborhood.

When police went into the home, the bodies of a man and woman were found.


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-- Tony Perry in San Diego


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