Mary Jane Frisby, a former IP partner in Barnes & Thornburg‘s Indianapolis office, was found dead in her home on Thursday, hours after her husband committed suicide across the street from her old firm, according to The Indianapolis Star.

Frisby’s body was found late Thursday after a lone gunman, who turned out to be her estranged husband, went on a shooting spree in the downtown Indianapolis neighborhood where the firm is located. The gunman, while on the rooftop of a parking garage located across the street from Barnes & Thornburg’s office, fired shots into several buildings before he killed himself with a shot to the head and fell eight stories to the street below. The incident led the firm and the neighboring state court to temporarily close their offices, Indiana Lawyer reports.

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