The Dateline episode “Unraveled” interviews Natalie Collins. She was a young lawyer defending a medical malpractice case when she met forensic psychologist Dr. Steven Pitt. Pitt was known for working on big profile cases including the Columbine massacre and the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. They dated and then got engaged. Their future together ended on May 31, when Pitt was shot dead outside his office in Scottsdale, Arizona. Less than 24 hours later, paralegals Veleria Sharp and Laura Anderson were shot dead at a Scottsdale law firm. An hour later, psychologist Marshall Levine was found shot dead in his office.
The man suspected of all four murders (and two additional murders) was Dwight Lamon Jones. On June 4, Jones was found in a hotel room with a self-inflicted fatal gunshot wound. He had been living in hotels for the past nine years. Jones went through a bitter divorce and custody battle and was required to see Pitt. The two paralegals worked at the law firm that represented Jones’ ex-wife Connie Jones. Jones’ son was required to see a counselor who shared an office space with Dr. Levine. Connie Jones said it was her husband, retired Phoenix police detective Richard Anglin, who “recognized the connection to my divorce and the three crime scenes and he notified the Phoenix Police.” Dateline airs Fridays at 10pm on NBC.