The civilian husband of an airman shot and killed himself after wounding his wife in a domestic incident Friday.
One person is dead, and another is injured and has been taken to a local hospital, in connection with a domestic disturbance involving gunfire that erupted late Friday afternoon at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command
"We’re torn apart by the loss of our daughter to a senseless act of domestic violence."
NAS Oceana Naval Security Forces shot a person suspected of domestic violence in the parking lot of the Oceana Commissary around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a Navy spokeswoman.
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