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Deanna Daglas and Cpl. Craig Maddy

KMIR 6 News

Family of Marine Shot in Desert Hot Springs Asks for Witnesses

KMIR6 Dec. 13, 2012
The family of a young combat Marine is asking for the public's help to catch the person who shot their son in Desert Hot Springs. Corporal Craig Maddy was shot last week in a vehicle on Indian Canyon near I-10.

My Desert Newspaper

Craig Maddy ID'd as Marine shot in Desert Hot Springs

Dec 11, 2012 | By Xochitl Peña The Desert Sun ... Desert Hot Springs police have identified the victim of a Dec. 6 shooting as Craig Maddy, 21, an active Marine stationed at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in...

Marine shot 'in cold blood'

Dec 13, 2012 | By Kate McGinty The Desert Sun ... he's alive in. He's alive, and that's what's important for me." Maddy is the second Marine based at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in ...

Marine Cpl. Craig Maddy 'doing great' after surgery, mom says

Dec 16, 2012 | Denise Goolsby The Desert Sun ... is "doing great," his mom wrote in a Facebook post. Vandi Frame reports her son, Marine Cpl. Craig Maddy, 21, had surgery to "reshape the wound and relieve pressure from ...

Marine airlifted; Search for gunman continues

Dec 21, 2012 | By Kate McGinty The Desert Sun ... As Desert Hot Springs police continue to search for the rifleman who shot a Marine in the head this month, Cpl. Craig Maddy has been airlifted to a Naval medical ...

Marine Times (The Desert Sun)

Twentynine Palms cpl. shot in head after fight

By Kate McGinty - The Desert Sun
Posted: Thursday Dec 13, 2012 15:59:21 EST
DESERT HOT SPRINGS — The Marine who was shot in Desert Hot Springs was last week was struck in the back of the head “in cold blood” after a fight in downtown Palm Springs, investigators said Thursday.

KESQ News

Twentynine Palms Marine shot in Desert Hot Springs

Car to car shooting leaves marine critically injured
POSTED: 06:29 AM PST Dec 07, 2012
UPDATED: 10:32 AM PST Dec 07, 2012
DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif. -
Police are looking for a gunman who shot an active-duty Twentynine Palms Marine.