James Olivares shot himself after killing his wife, stepdaughter, and his two dogs, at his Irving home.
Authorities in Texas confirmed they received a call for help from the Irving living resident, moments later James Olivares shot his wife, his teen stepdaughter, and the family’s two dogs before turning his gun on himself.
Investigators are still baffled about the whole scenario and still don’t have a motive for the shooting, which took place last Tuesday morning.
James Oliver, a 45-year-old man went on Facebook shortly before killing his 45-year-old wife, Brandy Evett Olivares, and his 18-year-old stepdaughter, Sicilian Italease Ire Williams, simply writing ‘I’m sorry’ in a post.
Detectives who arrived at the Irving house also found the family’s two dogs shot to death.
According to the police: During a press conference one of the female victims called 911 for help that same morning, and the caller seemed to be pretending she was on the phone with her brother.
That call came in at around 11:15am and lasted less than a minute.
The person of the call was stressed, Reeves said of the caller. “Was talking in a very low volume. Was trying to talk in a code to the dispatcher, and they weren’t necessarily picking up on that conversation that was being said. They could understand they said something about a brother, and they were calling 911. So they just went ahead and did their task of trying to get someone out there very quickly.”
When the officers arrived, the suspect James Olivares was alive and called out from inside the home, demanding a negotiator. Not long after that, police heard at least one gunshot as Olivares took his own life.
Both his wife and stepdaughter died from gunshot wounds.
James and Brandy Evett married in 2010 and had moved to Irving in 2018. James Olivares was an Army veteran but was not known to suffer from PTSD or depression.
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