LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada man whose family was nearly killed by bombs set off by a former colleague says he has no idea why he was a target.
In his first public statements about the attack, Joshua Cluff told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Friday that Glenn Franklin Jones never threatened him when they worked together at a hospital in Caliente.
Authorities say Jones drove from Kingman, Arizona, to Cluff’s home in the rural town of Panaca on July 13. He then detonated bombs inside Cluff’s home and in a rental car in front of the house.
Cluff’s wife and three daughters had fled their home moments earlier.
A coroner found Jones had died from a gunshot wound to the head.
The two men and Cluff’s wife previously worked together as nurses.