It's a shocking crime. Six people, including the gunman, died over the weekend after a shooting spree in an eastern Kentucky trailer park.
It happened in the Mount Carmel community of Breathitt County.
As police continue to look for a motive, 27 NEWSFIRST has learned more about the shooter's past.
We checked with the Breathitt County Circuit Clerk's office, who told us the shooter, 47-year-old Stanley Neace, was arrested in January, 1993 and charged with two counts of sodomy involving a child. Those were felony charges.
In 1998, court officials say Neace pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of third degree sexual abuse.
He was placed on two years of probation, and his rights were restored in June, 2002.
Police say Neace killed five people in the trailer park Saturday, before turning the gun on himself.
Investigators say Neace followed his wife, Sandra, into a nearby trailer, where he killed her, along with her daughter, Sandra Rachel Strong, and Strong's boyfriend, Dennis Turner.
Neighbors Teresa Fugate and Tammy Kilborn were also killed in the trailer park, before Neace killed himself.
There are reports Neace went on the shooting spree because he was upset over how his wife had cooked his eggs. However, police have not confirmed that.
"I don't understand what could make somebody do something so horrible and take so many lives," Shane Kidd, who lost two relatives in the shootings, said.
Family members of Sandra Neace, Stanley Neace's wife, say there may have been warning signs before the shootings.
"I think he (Stanley Neace) was really jealous," Dean Cockerham, who also lost relatives in the shootings, said. "He would give her (Sandra Neace) dirty looks and say something smart to her."
Family members say they wished they had paid more attention to a conversation they had with Sandra Neace years ago. They say she told them Stanley Neace threatened to kill her if she ever left him.
Funeral services for Sandra Strong will be Tuesday afternoon at 1 at Watts Funeral Home. Arrangements for the other victims are still in the works.
We're also learned a memorial fund has been set up for the children of Rachel Strong at First National Bank in Jackson.