Azana Shooting Victim's Family Advocating for GPS Monitoring for Domestic Abusers
Gov. Scott Walker is proposing a law that would monitor domestic abusers with GPS devices.
Zina Daniel’s family believes that GPS monitoring on domestic violence abusers could have saved her life.
Days after hairstylist Zina Daniel Haughton obtained a four-year restraining order against her husband she planned to divorce, he stormed into the upscale Azana, killing her and two of her co-workers and wounding four others before killing himself.
Elvin Daniel, Zina’s brother, has been pushing for use of a GPS monitoring device that would alert a domestic violence victim when the abuser is nearby or is about to violate the restraining order, reported Patch media partner WISN.
Gov. Scott Walker has included the $3 million proposal as part of his budget, which needs to be reviewed by lawmakers.