A Kentucky man was arrested on Thursday afternoon for allegedly killing his father with a crossbow and attacking his sister with a frying pan. 23, shot his father, Gerry Beavers, 55, around 13:00 with a crossbow in a house in East Louisville.
The injuries of the nameless woman – presumably Gerald's sister – are severe, although Mitchell KIRO 7 said that she will recover.
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Kentucky-based charity US Cares, which financially supports active US military veterans after 9/11 and their families, identified the deceased as Gerry Beavers. There he worked according to WDRB as Director of Career Transition.
"Gerry was not only an employee of USA Cares, but also a lifelong friend. We went to school together, served together in the army, and worked with several organizations, "said Trace Chesser, President and CEO of USA Cares in the statement.
" Just before he came to USA Cares, he told me Having worked with veterans and being able to bring about positive changes in their lives was really a dream job for him. I'm grateful he had the opportunity to do just that, and he will be greatly missed by all of us at USA Cares and those who met him.
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Residents in the vicinity were stunned by the violent crime. "I've lived in this neighborhood for many, many years, and my parents live in the neighborhood, and we've never experienced anything like that here."
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Beavers were charged with murder charges and first-degree assault according to court records.
When he was in custody, he admitted he shot his father and sister, "so he can reload his crossbow and kill her," the courier journals said.
According to court records, a hearing was scheduled for Friday morning.