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Lawyer's Student Loans May Be Linked to Mom's Slaying

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Authorities in Florida say student loan debt may have played a role in motivating what they suspect was a lawyer's slaying of his own mother, before he committed suicide earlier this year.

John Conrad Wagner, 32, who had been working as a temporary attorney reviewing documents in Philadelphia, was found dead in his Center City apartment in January, as authorities were investigating him in the death of his mother, Carolyn, 64. Her body was discovered Dec. 30, after she was shot to death in bed in her Ocala, Fla., home, reports the Philadelphia Daily News in a lengthy article.

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