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Former Guam resident murdered in Virginia

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A former Guam resident was shot and killed in a Mobile home park in Virginia on Friday morning. A news release from the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office states Jolynn Leon Guerrero Norris was shot by her enstranged husband, Scott Norris, before he then turned the gun on himself. The release states a deputy arrived on scene and saw Scott standing in the doorway of the trailer over his wife's lifeless body holding a handgun.

But before the deputy could say anything, Scott raised the gun to his head and shot himself. The former Dededo resident was pronounced dead at the scene, while Scott was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Two of the couple's children, ages 4 and 2, ran from the home prior to the shootings, while an 11-month-old was still inside the home. The children were unharmed and have been turned over to the Department of Social services, the the next of kin have been notified. Authorities also learned the couple was seperated at the time and Jolynn went to the residence to retrieve her belongings, but at some point the two got into a heated argument. On Facebook Jolynn she wrote about the troubled relationship with her estranged husband. Posts even up to before she was murdered detailed the problems she was having in her relationship.

In the meantime, investigators state they are in the early stages of the preliminary investigation for this murder-suicide case. Jolynn Norris was 24 years old.

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