OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Prosecutors are building their case against the man they say shot and killed three people outside two Jewish centers in Overland Park last month.
The items collected from Frazier Cross' home in Aurora, Mo., show the well-known white supremacist possessed clothing with swastikas, an Adolph Hitler manifesto, a gun box and invoice for a 12-gauge shotgun as well as ammunition.
The documents from the search warrant also show investigators removed a printed list of Kosher restaurants, as well as directions to the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park, from Frazier Cross' home.
Cross is charged with one count of capital murder and one count of first degree premeditated murder in the deaths of Reat Underwood, 14, his grandfather, Dr. William Corporon, 69, and Terri Lamanno, 53. The shootings happened outside the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom, an assisted living center.
Prosecutors have not yet indicated whether they will seek the death penalty in this case, but it’s not unusual for the state’s death penalty defense team to be involved whenever there is a capital murder charge.
Cross is scheduled to be back in court May 29 at 9 a.m.