Retired Texan businessman, 91, kills his 40-year-old trophy wife then himself in murder-suicide; son discovers their bodies
Byron Everts II and his wife, Dulce Everts [right] were discovered dead inside their home at 7606 Beluche Drive in Galveston around 11am on Monday
Retired Texan businessman, Byron Everts II, Byron Everts II and his wife, Dulce Everts were discovered dead inside their home by his son, Monday morning
Byron Everts , 91, who has vast real estate holdings allegedly ‘killed his 40-year-old wife then himself in murder-suicide’ in Galveston, Texas
Neighbors said they heard gunshots in the morning at the home
Galveston police say they are not searching for other suspects
Byron reportedly, had fallen very ill recently and his young wife Dulcie [photo] was taking care of him around the clock
A 91-year-old retired Texan businessman killed his 40-year-old wife and then himself at his Galveston home on Monday, claim family members.
Byron Everts II and his wife Dulce Everts were discovered dead inside by the elderly man’s son at around 11am, KTRK reported.
Authorities have not released how the couple died, but neighbors said they heard gunshots come from inside the home.
The woman’s sister, Angie Lopez, said she believes her sister died in a murder-suicide.
Dulce Everts’ sister. Angie Lopez Dulce Everts’ family members are trying to figure out what triggered violence
Devastating: Authorities have not released how the couple died, but Dulce’s (left) sister, Angie Lopez (right), said she believes her sister died in a murder-suicide
‘My friend told me… the guy, the husband shoot until my sister and then he kill,’ Lopez said.
Galveston Police Lt. Joshua Schirard said: ‘At this point, we are not ruling out anything.
‘We are not confirming anything, but we can say with certain confidence that there are no other suspects we are searching for.’
Galveston police did not confirm if they found the potential weapon inside the home.
Crime scene: Police activity at the Everts’ Galveston home [photo] in Galveston, Texas on Monday. Investigators did not say if they found a weapon inside the home
Lopez said that the couple lived a happy life and often traveled together.
Family members said that told KHOU Byron had fallen very ill recently and that his wife was taking care of him around the clock.
It’s unclear how long the couple had been married for, but family members said that Byron owned extensive real estate holdings on Galveston Island.
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