The parents of the suspect in Saturday's Arizona shooting rampage are "hurting real bad. ... They are devastated," a neighbor, Wayne Smith, told reporters Monday, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Some details are beginning to come out about Randy and Amy Loughner, parents of the 22-year-old Tucson man who has been charged in the attack that left six people dead and 14 wounded -- including the person who police say was the gunman's primary target, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ).
ABC News says a "portrait of isolation" emerges in conversations about the Loughners with their neighbors, who "painted a picture of a single-child home that was intensely private and increasingly insular and standoffish as Jared Loughner grew older."
The parents "want to know, where did they fail?," Smith said, KPHO-TV reports. The station also writes that "Smith added that Loughner's mom has been in bed, crying non-stop since Saturday."
According to the Los Angeles Times, "Smith said the family is intensely private. 'The best way I can describe it, they're like a mountain man,' he said. 'They want to be alone'."
"They liked their privacy," George Gayan, another neighbor, told the Journal. Sometimes, "I didn't see him for three or four days."
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