Jewish center shooting

Second in a two-part report.

The Ozark region, covering most of southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, has long been a haven for white supremacists. The area is home to the neo-Nazi accused of killing three people at Jewish centers near Kansas City, Kan., in April.

The region continues to grapple with a culture that has historically turned a blind eye to bigotry. That fight is particularly concentrated in Harrison, Ark.

On Sunday, Frazier Glenn Miller was arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of three people at two Jewish Centers in Kansas City. Here's a look at some of his background, with connections in Missouri and North Carolina. 

This story was first published on Wilmington Faith & Values, an affiliate of our media partner, Columbia Faith & Values.