Man Talks About Losing Partner in Fatal Shooting
ARDEN HILLS, Minn. (AP) - The man who lost his partner in a shooting at a suburban Twin Cities gas station is talking about his struggle to go on.
Nathon Bailey was planning to marry Kelly Phillips in just a few weeks. Bailey says now he's not sure how he can move forward.
The 48-year-old Phillips was shot and killed Monday at the Holiday station in Arden Hills not far from his office at Boston Scientific. Police say the suspect is a former business partner. He is still at large.
Bailey says his bond with Phillips was something he never knew could exist - and, now he feels dead inside. He tells reporters that Phillips' parents and siblings, as well as his own family, have helped him cope with the devastating loss.