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Florida: Three Dead in Suspected Murder-Suicide Case in Osceola County

Three dead were found in Osceola County in a suspected murder-suicide case.
Three dead were found in Osceola County in a suspected murder-suicide case. (Photo: Pexel)

Deputies were called around 2:30 p.m. to a residence in Kissimmee after the grandmother of one of the victims found her grandson dead, as reported in Fox News.

Marcos Lopez, Osceola County Sheriff, told the reporter that the grandmother went to the residence for a well-being check as she hadn’t heard from her grandson in at least a few days. The grandmother found her grandson, 21-year-old Walter Tedder, dead inside the residence and immediately called the police.

Osceola County Sheriff: suspected murder-suicide case is likely carried out by the boyfriend of one of the victims

Osceola County Sheriff: suspected murder-suicide case is likely carried out by the boyfriend of one of the victims. (Photo: WFTV)

Respondents later found two other victims, identified as 57-year-old Jean Tedder, Walter’s mother, and 60-year-old Michael Beaubien, his mom’s boyfriend.

Lopez called the incident a “horrific tragedy”, and it appeared to be a case could be a double murder-suicide case with Baeubien as a suspect in their death.

According to Wesh 2, no gun was found at home, nor was domestic violence reported. He said, “There is no history of domestic violence at the residence. One of the male suspects who we suspect to be the one who caused the death, is fairly new to the residence. It is the boyfriend of the grandson’s mother.”

However, the authorities cannot disclose further information about the cause of death and its motive. Deputies presumed that the victims could’ve been dead for several days, as evident by their conditions.

“Now, the medical examiner has taken the bodies to the morgue, and now they’ll give us an official, suspected cause of death,” Lopez said. “We don’t have a lot of info on their relationship, and we don’t have a history of any type of domestic violence between them at this residence,”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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