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Police: No evidence DJ Mathis stalked Waters, investigation closed

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FT. THOMAS, KY (FOX19) -

The police investigation into the attempted murder-suicide in Ft. Thomas has been closed and police say they have found no evidence that DJ Mathis was stalking his estranged wife.

A spokesperson for the Ft. Thomas Police Department tells FOX19 that the investigation uncovered no evidence that Mathis was stalking Waters. Police say, however, that Mathis did call Waters' family members the weekend before he shot her claiming to be a police dispatcher in an attempt to get her address. 

On August 6th Mathis shot Waters 5 times before turning the gun on himself. He died from a single gunshot wound to the head. Waters is recovering at UC Medical Center. 

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