KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A search of the home of Glenn Miller, who is accused of shooting to death three people in April, turned up clues about the suspect’s intent to go to a Jewish synagogue in Kansas City.
FBI agents found printouts showing directions to the Jewish synagogue, Kosher places to eat and the 2014 KC Superstar Competition.
Miller is accused of shooting William Lewis Corporon, 69, and his 14-year-old grandson Reat Griffin Underwood on April 13, outside the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park. Reat was planning to audition for the KC Superstar Competition.
Also killed was Terri LaMannon, 53, minutes later, who was going to visit her mother at the Village Shalom senior care facility.
Miller also known as Frazier Glenn Cross is being held in Johnson County Jail, charged with capital murder.
The search warrant returns were obtained by 41 Action News after FBI agents filed the documents Tuesday in Lawrence County Circuit Court.
The warrant shows that FBI agents searched Miller’s home in Aurora in southwest Missouri the same day as the shootings.
Miller has a long history of anti-Semitic and white supremacist activities.
Many of the items seized were hate materials including a red t-shirt with a swastika symbol and a file folder entitled “Goin’ Underground and Declaring War Against the Government.” A book authored by him, “A White Man Speaks Out,” was also found.
An owner’s manual for a Remington Model 870 shotgun and three boxes of ammunition were also taken.