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 State Police Probing Possible Murder-Suicide in Arlington

February 13, 2008 - An Arlington man is believed to have shot and killed his wife before taking his own life.

The Indiana State Police have confirmed that a family member discovered the bodies of Susan Percell, 51, and her husband, William Percell, 50, at around 8 p.m. Sunday evening at their residence in the 8800 block of West Base Road. The ISP's investigation into the incident revealed that Susan Percell had suffered a shotgun blast to the chest, while William Percell died from what is believed to have been a self-inflicted shotgun blast to the head.

An ISP detective told an Indianapolis TV news program on Monday that investigators believe Susan Percell may have been in the process of leaving the house when she was shot. An ISP press release regarding this incident indicates that, barring "an unforeseen development in this case, no further investigation is anticipated."

Susan Percell's death is Rush County's first homicide of 2008.

 

 

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