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Mike Lehmkuhl was a building contractor and churchgoer before his life unraveled because of late-onset mental illness. Lehmkuhl ended up homeless and was shot to death in January after attacking a security guard who tried to roust him from his campsite. His brother and an old friend visited the campsite after his death in hopes of gaining some closure. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee

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July 31, 2016 06:00 AM

UPDATED August 01, 2016 06:24 AM

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