Brooklyn Park shooting victim remembered as caring, church-loving neighbor

Just last week, DeLois Brown had moved her parents - both in their 80's - into her house from the St. Louis area so she could take of them. They lived in a home that doubled as a day care center. That's where all three adults were found shot to death this week in a case that makes no sense to relatives.
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Just last week, DeLois Brown had moved her parents - both in their 80's - into her house from the St. Louis area so she could take of them. They lived in a home that doubled as a day care center. That's where all three adults were found shot to death this week in a case that makes no sense to relatives.

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Bail has been set at $6 million for the St. Louis man accused of killing three people in a Brooklyn Park home and daycare center last month. Eddie Mosley, 34, appeared in court Friday on charges that he shot and killed Delois Brown and her parents, James and Clover Bolden on April 9.

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