Kate Wiant called a dispatcher Sunday afternoon and told her that she had been shot at her home in far east Fort Worth, police said. She later died. Her husband was found dead at the scene. Authorities say the incident was a domestic dispute that ended in a murder/suicide.
Kate Wiant called a dispatcher Sunday afternoon and told her that she had been shot at her home in far east Fort Worth, police said. She later died. Her husband was found dead at the scene. Authorities say the incident was a domestic dispute that ended in a murder/suicide.
Kate Wiant called a dispatcher Sunday afternoon and told her that she had been shot at her home in far east Fort Worth, police said. She later died. Her husband was found dead at the scene. Authorities say the incident was a domestic dispute that ended in a murder/suicide.

Wife, husband identified in Fort Worth murder/suicide

August 15, 2016 01:43 PM

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