Stephen Paddock, who allegedly opened fire on a Las Vegas country music crowd in a deadly shooting, spent part of his childhood in Tucson.
According to a Tucson Citizen archival article unearthed by USA Today, Paddock's father, Benjamin Hoskins Paddock lived with his family before he was arrested for a bank robbery in 1960.
A 1971 Tuscon Daily News story on Benjamin "Chromedome" Paddock, father of Joseph Paddock, who was on FBI Most Wanted List. pic.twitter.com/tABwQXOFYa
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The elder Paddock eventually made the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list.
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