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Sheriff believes Anaqua Springs Ranch deaths of woman, daughters were murder-suicide

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) – Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar believes the deaths of a hairstylist and her two daughters at at home in Anaqua Springs Ranch were a double murder-suicide. 

The bodies of 37-year-old Nichol Olsen and her two daughters, 16-year-old Denice Montez and 10-year-old London Sophia Bribiescas, were found nearly two years ago at the posh home of Olsen’s boyfriend near Leon Springs.   They had been shot to death.

The Bexar County Medical Examiner ruled early on that the girls were murdered and their mother took her own life, but Salazar has not issued his final report.  The sheriff had described 32-year-old Charles Edward Wheeler as a “person of interest” in the case, but he did not call him a suspect.

Monday, Salazar said he’ll release the conclusion of the investigation this week.

“We ran the full course of this investigation and did everything possible, but we really haven’t turned up anything that would lead us to try to overturn the initial ruling, which was double homicide and suicide,” said Salazar. “I’m expecting that case to be done and closed out here within the next couple of days as was reported earlier, but again, I don’t think anything new will be emerging other than what was already said.”

Alexa Denice Montez/Photo: Carlos Montez/Facebook

 

 

 


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