A series of shootings around Yuma County, Arizona, have left six people dead and one injured. A Yuma police spokesman said the shootings were connected to a divorce gone bad. Police confirmed that the suspect in the shootings, Carey Hal Dyess, 73, took his own life. Thursday morning police were called when the body of a woman was found in a yard off Old Highway 80. Later, police responded to another shooting in Yuma. Three more shootings were then reported elsewhere in the county, followed by a self-inflicted gunshot wound.