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Victims' families remember Medford shooting

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy in memory of the four victims of the shooting there on the second anniversary of the incident in Medford. (June 16, 2013) Photo Credit: James Carbone

Victims' families mark the anniversary of the day their relatives were fatally shot inside Haven Drugs in Medford by an addict looking for pain pills on Father's Day 2011.

Brian Sheffield, son of pharmacy victim Bryon Sheffield,
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Brian Sheffield, son of pharmacy victim Bryon Sheffield, places flowers at a makeshift memorial in front of Haven Pharmacy in Medford on the 2nd anniversary of the Medford Pharmacy shootings. (June 16, 2013)

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy commemorate the four victims of the shooting there in Medford. (June 16, 2013)

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Flowers left in front of the Haven Pharmacy in memory of the four victims of the shooting there on the second anniversary of the incident in Medford. (June 16, 2013)

Danny Taccetta, brother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime
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Danny Taccetta, brother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, at the Haven Drugs Pharmacy in Medford on the one-year anniversary of the deadliest shooting in Suffolk County history. The victim's grandmother, Mary Moran, top, reads a poem. (June 19, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, center, mother of victim Jaime Taccetta,
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, center, mother of victim Jaime Taccetta, leaves Haven Drugs Pharmacy in Medford on the one-year anniversary of the deadliest shooting in Suffolk County history. With her is the victim's brother, Danny Taccetta, and the victim's grandmother, Mary Moran. (June 19, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, facing camera, mother of pharmacy shooting
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, facing camera, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, is consoled by her friend Maryann Stark, in front of the Haven Drugs Pharmacy in Medford on the one-year-anniversary of the shooting. (June 19, 2012)

Daniel Taccetta pays respects Sunday at Haven Drugs
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Daniel Taccetta pays respects Sunday at Haven Drugs in Medford, where four people, including his sister Jaime, were killed on Father's Day last year. (June 17, 2012)

Maria Polak, 60, of Medford, gets emotional Sunday
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Maria Polak, 60, of Medford, gets emotional Sunday as she looks at Haven Drugs in Medford, where four people were shot and killed on Father's Day last year. (June 17, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, fights back tears outside Haven Drugs in Medford on Sunday. She placed flowers and a picture of her daughter at the site where Jaime Taccetta was killed on Father's Day last year. (June 17, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, fights back tears outside Haven Drugs in Medford on Sunday. She said she struggles with her daughter’s death. “It’s like it was yesterday,” she said about the killings on Father's Day last year. (June 17, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, leaves in tears after visiting Haven Drugs in Medford. She said she planned to return Tuesday -- the first anniversary of the shooting -- at 10:21 a.m., the exact time of her daughter’s death. (June 17, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Pat Taccetta, mother of pharmacy shooting victim Jaime Taccetta, places flowers and a picture of her daughter outside Haven Drugs in Medford on Sunday. (June 17, 2012)

Flowers and a picture of victim Jaime Taccetta
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Flowers and a picture of victim Jaime Taccetta in front of the Haven Drugs in Medford. (June 17, 2012)

From left, Dyanna Aracena (wife of Brian), Sheila
Photo Credit: Chris Ware

From left, Dyanna Aracena (wife of Brian), Sheila Sheffield, Brian Sheffield (son of Sheila), Laura Bustamante (daughter of Sheila) and Mary Sheffield (sister-in-law of Sheila) are shown in Medford. Sheila's husband, Bryon Sheffield, 71, was killed during the Medford drugstore robbery almost a year ago on Father's Day. (June 7, 2012)

From left, Sheila Sheffield and her daughter Laura
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From left, Sheila Sheffield and her daughter Laura Bustamante are shown in Medford. Sheila's husband Bryon Sheffield, 71, who was picking up a prescription for his wife’s heart ailment, was killed during the Medford drugstore robbery on Father's Day last year. (June 7, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of Jaime Taccetta who was
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Pat Taccetta, mother of Jaime Taccetta who was killed during the Medford drugstore robbery almost a year ago on Father's Day, talks about the ordeal a year later in front of her Shirley home. (June 10, 2012)

Pat Taccetta, mother of Jaime Taccetta who was
Photo Credit: John Roca

Pat Taccetta, mother of Jaime Taccetta who was killed during the robbery of a small Medford pharmacy on Father’s Day 2011, talks about the ordeal a year later outside her Shirley home. (June 10, 2012)

After last year's fatal robbery in Medford, Hauppauge
Photo Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas

After last year's fatal robbery in Medford, Hauppauge pharmacist Daryl Tomkin installed a security system at his pharmacy that requires customers to be buzzed in. (June 13, 2012)

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