A shocking and heart-wrenching incident came to know from Geneva, Illinois where a murder-suicide incident was registered. According to the reports, the authorities discovered two people dead after a Hinsdale man called the police to report that he had killed his ex-wife before turning the gun on himself. This incident is a matter of West suburban Geneva and it happened on Wednesday night. Geneva Police Department shared the details of this incident on Thursday morning and confirmed that they are treating this incident as a murder-suicide. The authorities have identified the victims of the murder-suicide incident. You are required to stick with this page and keep reading this article till the end. In the following sections, we have also explained the circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting incident. Drag down the page and take a look below.
Pebble Beach Court Geneva Il Murder-Suicide
According to Geneva Police, the two deceased were former husband-wife. The man who called 911 to inform the police that he had murdered his ex-wife and later committed suicide was identified as Chad L. Dockery while the woman was identified as Amanda R. Dockery. Chad Dockery was 49 years of age while Amanda Dockery was 48 years of age at the time of the incident. Continue reading this article and know more details.
Reportedly, Chad Dockery made a call to 911 at around 5:20 pm on Wednesday and reported the deadly shooting that happened at the 1000 block of Pebble Beach Court. After the preliminary investigation, the police further reported that Chad Dockery was armed with a pistol and he was found dead in a vehicle in the home’s driveway. Moreover, Amanda who was living in the Pebble Beach home, was found dead with two gunshot wounds inside the house. Swipe down the page and take a look below for more details.
Sources have suggested that Batavia and Geneva fire crews helped in taking the two deceased to Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital located in Geneva. Except for Amanda no one was inside the home at the time of the incident and no other person was injured during the shooting. However, the officers recovered a 9mm pistol from the scene. “My neighbor came over, knocked on my door, and said, ‘Mike come outside, take a look,'” neighbor Mike Sloan said. “I come out and there’s 25 to 30 police cars up and down the street, not a very big street. There’s a cul-de-sac down at the end. Helicopters, they’re running through the backyard.”