Couple’s split fed killer’s anger: Picture emergesof what led up to Plano mass murder

On Tuesday, a picture began to emerge of how their lives had become intertwined and then unraveled.

When Spencer crashed Meredith’s football watch party, he turned the gun on some of his own friends, including 31-year-old Rion Morgan, who had stood by him when he said “I do” to Meredith.

An officer who responded to the attack fatally shot Spencer, 32.

Spencer’s other victims were Anthony “Tony” Cross, 33; Olivia Deffner, 24; James Dunlop, 29; Darryl William Hawkins, 22; Myah Bass, 28; and Caleb Edwards, 25. A ninth victim, who hadn’t been named, remained hospitalized.

Police combed the crime scene Tuesday as yellow tape fluttered in the breeze. Two days earlier, Meredith’s neighbors had seen her friends grilling and heard their laughter.

It all stopped with gunfire — the unimaginable end to a marriage sealed on a sunny day under a canopy of trees in Jamaica.

Fire, chemistry

Meredith’s mother, Debbie Lane, said the couple had met

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