A suspect in the fatal shooting of his ex-wife was found dead in Indianapolis on Saturday (May 9).

The deputies from the Columbus Police Department (CPD), after receiving a report on a fatal shooting, responded to Spruce Ridge Apartments, in the 3700 block of Picea Place, on Friday night. The victim, identified as 45-year-old Cassondra M. Wilson was found dead with a gunshot wound inside the apartment.

An investigation was conducted by the Bartholomew County death investigation team, consisting of officers and detectives from the Columbus Police Department, the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office, and the Indiana State Police, as well as representatives from the Bartholomew County Prosector’s Office and the Bartholomew County Coroner’s Office.

During the investigation, the officials confirmed her ex-husband to be a point of interest in the murder and were on the lookout for him. However, the motive behind the killing was not known.

On Saturday, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department informed the officials investigating the death of Cassondra that the victim’s former husband, identified as 44-year-old Troy Wilson, was found dead.

The details regarding Troy’s death were not revealed. An investigation was on to find out whether Troy killed himself or if he was a victim. No further details were available at the moment.

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In a similar incident, a woman, in Scottsdale, Arizona, was shot dead in a car by her ex-husband who later took his life by shooting himself. The victim, identified as 50-year-old Tammy Welch, was found dead inside a car and her ex-husband, identified as 59-year-old Lawrence Labine, was found alive nearby bleeding with a gunshot wound. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

In another incident, a woman and her killer were found dead with gunshot wounds in an apartment in Midvale, Utah, in what appeared to be a case of an apparent murder-suicide. According to Unified Police Department, following a three-hour standoff with a SWAT team, the victim, identified as 26-year-old Miranda Schachinger, was killed by 26-year-old Issac Renfro, who later killed himself with the same gun.