VIDEO: Border protection officer, family found dead in Florida home in apparent murder-suicide, police say

FEBRUARY 21, 2020

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A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer was found dead in his Florida home Thursday afternoon alongside his wife and two children in what police are calling an apparent murder-suicide.

Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched around 3 p.m. to perform a welfare check on the residents, who had not been heard from for some time, Sheriff John Mina said during a press conference later that day.

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A preliminary investigation gave officers grounds to enter the home, at which point they discovered four deceased people, including an adult male, an adult female and two juvenile boys–one middle school-age, and the other high school-age.

According to reports, the father in the family worked as a Customs and Border Protection officer at the Orlando International Airport. When he failed to show up for work after a period of time, CBP official notified law enforcement, who went to check on the family and made the gruesome discovery.

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