Medford pharmacy reopens after Father's Day massacre

The Medford pharmacy that has been closed since the fatal Father's Day massacre reopened for business today. Haven Pharmacy opened its doors for the first

MEDFORD - The Medford pharmacy that has been closed since the fatal Father's Day massacre reopened for business today. Haven Pharmacy opened its doors for the first time since four people were shot to death June 19 during a robbery. David Laffer, who allegedly committed the crimes, faces murder charges. His wife, Melinda, who allegedly drove the getaway car, has been charged with robbery. Medford residents say they are pleased that the store is running again. "I have two kids of my own that I bring in here all the time," Jessica Trinca said. "Me and my daughter are in here all the time. She's 9 years old. It can happen anytime, anywhere."Charges upgraded against wife of accused pharmacy killer

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