Gunman took his own life after string of targeted killings.
Six people are dead after a targeted shooting spree in southern Arizona.
Investigators say the victims weren't random targets, but have not released a motive.
The shootings occurred at locations spread out over a 12 mile stretch of Yuma County Thursday morning.
The final shooting took the life of attorney Jerry Shelley, just outside of his office in downtown Yuma.
"He was one of the best attorneys this county has ever seen. One of the best attorney's I've seen in my years of practice," said Yuma County Judge Andrew Gould.
After shooting Shelley the 73-year-old gunman took his own life.