A lawsuit filed earlier this month in Maricopa County Superior Court is accusing multiple government agencies of failing to keep a suspected killer locked up before he strangled a woman to death on a Valley bus.
The family of Diane Craig believes agencies in Maricopa and Mohave counties failed to properly communicate with each other before a suspected criminal was released from custody and killed the 41-year-old woman.
Craig died last year after Joshua Bagley allegedly strangled her to death on a Valley Metro bus. The suspect allegedly wrapped the victim’s purse straps around her neck before pushing Craig’s body between rows of seats at the back of the bus, records show.
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