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Lanza home turned over to Newtown

The home where Newtown school shooter, Adam Lanza lived with his mother now belongs to the town. The head of the Newtown Legislative Council says the council voted yesterday to accept ownership of

News 12 Staff

Dec 4, 2014, 5:55 PM

Updated 3,484 days ago

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The home where Newtown school shooter, Adam Lanza lived with his mother now belongs to the town.
The head of the Newtown Legislative Council says the council voted yesterday to accept ownership of the house.
It was deeded to the town by a bank that owned it. 
The 21-year old shot and killed his mother in the home before opening fire on the elementary school nearly 2 years ago.
Some residents have said they would like to see it torn down and replaced with a park or nature preserve.


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