Dana Burdick has been identified by Powhatan Deputies as the man fatally shot at an All Faze Auto Body in Powhatan County Monday night. Burdick was 35.
Earlier news reports indicated that the shooting occurred at Murphy’s body shop, however, TheCount.com has learned “All Faze Auto Body” was in-fact the exact location of the fatal family-involved shooting. All Faze operates in a space within the Anderson Highway building that is marked “Murphy’s body shop.”
A sign pictured hanging on the auto shop’s door stated that the business was closed “for the day.” Continue reading
Celisa Henning and her twin daughters Makayla and Addison, have been IDed as the woman and two children found dead in what is believed to be a murder-suicide in southwest suburban Joliet, Ill., Monday. Henning was 41, her daughters were about to turn six.
Autopsies were scheduled for Tuesday to confirm the cause of death for the three family members, but police said it appeared all three died of gunshot wounds.
Just after 3 p.m., officers responded to a death investigation at the home in the 400 block of North Reed Street in Joliet, according to a statement from Joliet police. When officers arrived they were met by a family member who directed them inside the home, where they witnessed the disturbing scene police described only as “tragic and horrible,” authorities said. “This is an ongoing investigation into a very tragic incident,” Joliet Police Chief Brian Benton said. Continue reading