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Crime Border Protection officer allegedly killed wife on Thanksgiving: Police

01:20  01 december  2019
01:20  01 december  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

League City man accused of killing wife on Thanksgiving

  League City man accused of killing wife on Thanksgiving League City man accused of killing wife on ThanksgivingBernard Dudley, 40, was charged with murder and is accused of killing 42-year-old Chauntelle Bernard.

Police have arrested a youth pastor after he allegedly killed his wife , her daughter and the daughter's boyfriend at a home in Chester, Virginia, on Thanksgiving night. Another church member said Gattis was frequently at church, including on Thursday for the congregation's Thanksgiving feast.

League City man accused of killing wife on Thanksgiving . Officers responded to a disturbance call Thursday night at a home in the 2300 block of Indigo Harbour Lane, saying there were reports of Investigators say the husband and wife were both U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents.

A Texas family was left devastated on Thanksgiving night when a husband repeatedly shot and killed his wife, police said.

a man wearing a white shirt: Dudley Bernard, 40, was arrested on Thanksgiving Day for allegedly killing his wife Chauntelle Bernard inside their home in League City, Texas.© League City Police Department Dudley Bernard, 40, was arrested on Thanksgiving Day for allegedly killing his wife Chauntelle Bernard inside their home in League City, Texas.

The League City Police Department was called to the 2300 block of Indigo Harbour Lane, where "multiple gunshots" were fired. When their criminal investigation division arrived, Dudley Bernard was in the front yard of the home and his wife, Chauntelle Bernard was dead at the front door, according to a statement Friday by the League City Police Department.

San Antonio man killed after shooting estranged wife during standoff with police

  San Antonio man killed after shooting estranged wife during standoff with police A man in his 40s died after shooting his estranged wife and himself during a standoff with San Antonio police Thanksgiving morning at a Northeast Side home, according to Police Chief William McManus. McManus told reporters that a SWAT officer shot the man inside the home at 4400 block of Eisenhauer because although the man had already shot himself, he was still alive and a potential threat since he was armed. The woman was taken to a nearby hospital with a non-life-threatening wound, McManus said.According to McManus, neighbors had reported a disturbance in the front yard of the home about 2:30 a.m.

According to The Washington Post, Brannan was given a lethal injection Tuesday evening when his PTSD defense fell short. Brannan then pulls his gun out and exchanged gunfire with the officer . After getting hit in the chest, Brannan shoots the officer nine times including shooting the officer in the eye.

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Bernard was charged by the Galveston County District Attorney's Office with murder and is currently held in jail on $200,000 bond, online records confirmed.

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The 42-year-old woman and her 40-year-old husband were both employed with the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

The couple were both employed with the government agency since 2008, according to a CBP spokeswoman.

Dudley Bernard was an Agriculture Specialist and oversaw the Houston Seaport environment. Chauntelle Bernard rose through the ranks to become a supervisor CBP officer in Houston, Texas.

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"No words can express the sense of loss SCBPO Bernard’s death brings to her colleagues and friends in CBP," the spokeswoman wrote in a statement.

While it's unclear if either of their positions requires them to be armed, a source told ABC News that CBP officers and their supervisors are armed federal law enforcement officials.

Four kids killed in Thanksgiving car accident in Kansas .
The family was traveling on Thanksgiving morning when their car left the roadway and crashed into a pond near the state's border with Nebraska.Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Gardner shared in a tweet that a family of six was traveling at 11:30 a.m. CST on Thursday when their car left the roadway and crashed into a pond in Republic County near the state's northern border with Nebraska.

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