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Las Vegas shooting couple spent honeymoon in Tri-State

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The man and woman who killed three people, including two police officers, in Las Vegas over the weekend have a connection to Cincinnati.

Photos on Amanda Miller's Facebook page posted in September 2012 show that the couple spent their honeymoon in the Cincinnati area.

Pictures from her page show them at Newport Aquarium, standing along the Ohio River and sitting in a horse-drawn carriage in downtown Newport.

Authorities said Amanda and Jerad Miller walked into a Cici's Pizza in Las Vegas Sunday and shot and killed two police officers. After that, they fled to a nearby Wal-Mart where they killed one more person and then themselves.

According to officials, Jerad Miller posted several anti-government videos on YouTube before the incident.

One of the videos posted in October of 2012 called "honeymoon 045" shows him dressed up as the Joker.

Indiana authorities say the couple lived in the Lafayette, Ind. area before moving to Las Vegas.

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