Patrick Jesernik Wiki
Patrick Jesernik He killed his wife and then did it himself for fear of coronaviruses. The Will County Sheriff’s Office released a statement on the situation on April 4. The statement indicates that on April 2, around 8 p.m., police officers attended a welfare control residence, which was located in the 400 blocks of Bruce Road in Lockport Township of Illinois.
Patrick Jesernik Wife Cheryl Schriefer
According to Cheryl’s profile, she worked at Walmart and lived in Lockport, Illinois. She had her profile listed as “in a relationship” although it appears neither Cheryl nor Patrick posted photos of the two together. They did appear to go snowmobiling together back in 2013, but it’s unclear how long they were together.
Cheryl Schriefer Children & Education
Cheryl Schriefer was a mother to a grown-up daughter. She was very proud of her daughter, posting photos with her daughter in a wedding dress and after her graduation from university with a bachelor’s in psychology.
Patrick Was Concerned That Cheryl Had Coronavirus
The press release from the Will County Sheriff’s Office also includes their belief of the motive for the murder-suicide. They say that Patrick’s family arrived on the scene and told officers that “Patrick had been scared that he and Cheryl had contracted the COVID-19 virus” and that she had actually been tested a few days ago.
They added that Cheryl had apparently been having some difficulty breathing. The family did not believe that Cheryl had received the COVID-19 test result at the time of her death. During the autopsy, both tested negative for COVID-19 coronavirus.
The police have stated that the doors and windows of the residence were closed on the inside, so the police and fire personnel had to force their way into the house. Patrick and Cheryl were found in separate rooms of the residence, and both died when police arrived, with “pools of blood formed around their heads.” They added that Patrick was found next to a revolver loaded with two worn casings and three live rounds. There were no signs of struggle at home. The welfare check brought about by the police visit was due to Patrick’s parents being concerned about not hearing from their son for some time. The autopsy of both individuals was completed on April 3 and determined that both died of a single gunshot wound to the head. Police stated that “Cheryl Schriefer was shot in the back of the head at close range, and her death is considered homicide. Patrick died as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and her death is considered suicide.”
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