Anti-Semitic materials and information on the local Jewish community was found inside the home of Frazier Glenn Miller, the man charged with carrying out the shooting spree that left three people dead at two Kansas City-area Jewish community sites.
According to the returns of an FBI search warrant, authorities found a list of kosher restaurants, synagogue information, and a printout of the 2014 KC Superstar Competition held at the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park, Kan., on the day of the shooting last month, the Kansas City Star reported. Authorities also found several anti-Semitic newspapers and other white supremacist literature.
While no weapons were found in the search, authorities did find several boxes of ammunition and gun manuals.
Miller is charged with capital murder for the killing of William Lewis Corporan, 69, and his 14-year-old grandson Reat Griffin Underwood outside of the Jewish Community Center, as well as Terri LaManno, 53, outside of the Village Shalom Jewish senior center.