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Man and woman dead after gunshots in Dunnellon home

In Man and woman dead after gunshots in Dunnellon home on kp39 at 311919


Family members identified the woman as Rebecca Ann Aldridge Wetherell (shown on left in above picture) and said she had returned home to find her estranged husband there.

A man and woman were found dead inside a Dunnellon residence on Monday after a report of gunshots.

The woman had just returned home to find her estranged husband there.

Marion County sheriff’s officials said they responded to a shooting at the home, on Southwest 15th Street Road, and made entry. They found two people dead.

MCSO did not disclose the manner of death or identify the deceased. But family members, who were gathered outside, said 30-year-old Rebecca Ann Aldridge Wetherell had just come home come home and found her husband inside.

One relative said the woman’s uncle, who had come to change the locks, was outside and heard three gunshots. He called 911.

Wetherell’s family members and a close friend were gathered beyond the crime scene tape.

Vanessa Wetherell said she had been on the phone with her sister and they talked until her sister got home. When she did, the estranged husband was there.

She told Rebecca Wetherell not to hang up as she was concerned for her safety. She said she heard talking, arguing, banging noises and then strange breathing sounds.

While on the phone, Vanessa Wetherell used another phone to call Brooke Schrab, her sister’s best friend.

“She was one of my best friends,” Vanessa Wetherell said of her sister, as she hugged their mother, Lisa Sardisco, and held their mother’s hand. Vanessa Wetherell said she reached out to other family members and they went to her sister’s residence.

By that time, her uncle had contacted deputies.

Chuck Chiarelly, who lives in Ocala, had followed his niece home to change the locks, Sardisco said. REST OF STORY HERE……

David Carpenter’s A1 Locksmith enters Good Bad and Ugly Business of Citrus County FL

In A1 Locksmith, David Carpenter’s, Good Bad and Ugly Business of Citrus County FL on kp37 at 311924

David Carpenter’s A1 Locksmith does not fall into the Ugly category but certainly does into the Bad and doesn’t have real far to go to be an official Ugly Business here in Citrus County!

He started my van with the electronic key and fob and acted like the fob would be reprogram and had to leave it was raining and said the fob should be reprogramed when the rain stopped I went out and discovered the key fob was not reprogrammed and called him. He said it would cost me another $35.00 service charge to have him come back out for the key fob even though he said it was programed or I could come out to his place and he would fix it. Went out to his place and long story short everything costed $120.00 with key fob not program, glad he got the van started not happy with the cost or his attitude of being correct but could not program the fob. It was clear he did not have the means or knowledge to reprogram the key fob. The business van has no discernable markings indicating the business, it’s a big white Nissan Van.

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