The exterior of Jason Brian Daltons' residence is seen on the corner of West East Avenue and Douglas Avenue in Cooper Township, Mich. (Andraya Croft/Detroit Free Press via AP)
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An Uber driver who may have picked up fares during a weekend killing spree was headed to court Monday to face charges of murdering six people in the northern state of Michigan.Uber confirmed that Dalton was a driver for the ride-sharing company, adding he had passed a background check and had no criminal record.Uber's tracking system would show the location of Dalton's vehicle during the chain of shootings Saturday night that left six people dead and two seriously wounded at three different locations, officials said.Kalamazoo's public security chief, Jeffrey Hadley, said police were looking into reports Dalton picked up fares between shootings.One passenger has described being taken on a wild ride by Dalton a couple of hours before the rampage began.The Kalamazoo killings were the latest in a string of US mass shootings that include the December 2 massacre in San Bernardino, California that left 14 people dead, and the December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 26, including 20 children.
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