20 year old father shoots his infant then self (Ohio)


They don't seem to have records look up there, but can see the focus of the family court is not on safety.



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Coroner identifies father-son in Meridian murder-suicide

http://www.ktvb. com/home/ Police-Man- kills-baby- then-self- 83886922. html

by Edgar Linares
Idaho's NewsChannel 7

Posted on February 9, 2010 at 8:30 AM

Updated today at 4:58 PM



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Murder-Suicide in Meridian

MERIDIAN -- The Ada County coroner has identified a father and son in an apparent murder-suicide in a home on S. Pelican Way.

Meridian Police say it appears Nicholas Bacon, 20, shot his 9-month old baby boy Bekm Bacon, then took his own life Monday night.

Bacon's estranged wife told police he had made several threats of violence. "Her husband was making suicidal and homicidal threats. And he had their 9-month-old baby with him," said Meridian Police Deputy Chief Tracy Basterrechea.

Officers found the bodies when they responded to his home around 8:30 p.m.

"We were surprised to see the tape out front," said neighbor Frank Lane. "That's what drew our attention."

"My oldest boy looked outside and saw all the cop cars and all the emergency vehicles out in the front of the home," said neighbor John Meyer.
Bacon and his wife were in the process of getting a divorce, investigators said. Bacon had picked up the infant earlier in the day and was supposed to return him later that night. When police arrived at the home they knocked several times and called inside, but there was no answer.
Officers used a security code to enter the home through the garage. They found the bodies on the floor of the living room. A .45-caliber handgun was nearby.

"The child and the male were deceased upon our entry into that residence," Basterrechea said. "I can't tell you the exact time frame, but they were obviously deceased prior to our arrival."
Neighbors say the family had lived in the house for about a month and kept to themselves.

"I'm sorry to hear about it. It's sad to hear something like that is going on in your neighborhood, you know," Lane said.


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