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A tax attorney with Moodys in Edmonton is dead along with his wife and daughter in an apparent murder-suicide on the family’s Strathcona County surface on Monday.
Greg Gartner Wife & Daughter ( Died By Suicide)
“The major RCMP crimes are actively investigating what are believed to be the murders of a 55-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl. A 53-year-old man died as a result of a self-inflicted injury. All three were members of the same family. ”
On Tuesday, an “In Memorium” post on the Moodys Tax website says: “We are deeply saddened by the loss of a beloved member and founder of the Moodys Tax family, Greg Gartner. We offer our deepest condolences to Greg’s family and loved ones at this time. We will miss you.” At 6:14 a.m. Monday, the Strathcona County RCMP responded to a 911 call by a man with a firearm at a house on Range Road 222, a police statement read Tuesday afternoon.
“To protect the public, the area was contained, traffic was diverted and nearby residences were evacuated. When Strathcona RCMP, including the Emergency Response Team, made entry onto the subject’s property, three people and one dog were located, deceased,” continues the release.
“RCMP Major Crimes are actively investigating what is believed to be the homicides of a 55-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl. A 53-year-old male has died as a result of a self-inflicted injury. All three were members of the same family.”
RCMP remained on scene at the home overnight and the investigation is ongoing. The news release states that, “as per the provisions of the Federal Privacy Act, names of the victims will not be provided by the RCMP.
“Because the RCMP does not anticipate that this incident will result in criminal charges, we are limited in the information that we can provide to the public,” continues Supt. Dave Kalist, Detachment Commander of Strathcona County RCMP.
“This is an extremely horrific situation and we ask that respect, support and privacy be directed to this family.”
Just before 8:30 a.m. Monday, the Strathcona County RCMP reported that officers were on the scene “at an event taking place near Township Road 520 between Range Road 221 and Range Road 222.”
RCMP requested that people avoid the area until further notice, but added that “there is currently no risk to the public.” Approximately three hours later, just after 11:30 a.m. Monday, RCMP issued a second alert advising that the “situation” was over and that the roads were once again open to motorists. While the officers remained on the scene “continuing their investigation. There is no concern for the public in the area,” the press release concluded, promising more details when they met.
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