Brooke Winek Obituary, Death News – Brooke Winek Cause of Death

Brooke Winek Obituary, Death News – Brooke Winek Cause of Death

Three people were discovered dead at a burning home in Riverside on Friday in connection with the attempted kidnapping of a little girl.

Police were en route to the 11200 block of Price Court to look into a man and woman who were having “some sort of disturbance” outside their home when dispatchers received a call from a driver reporting smoke coming from a house in the same building, according to Riverside Police Department spokesman Sergeant Ryan Railsback.

According to Railsback, when firefighters came, they found the corpses of a male and two women inside and put out the fire. The dead were identified as Mark Winek, 69, his wife Sharie Winek, 65, and their daughter Brooke Winek, 38.

Investigators have found that the woman who caused the outdoor disturbance is an adolescent who lives at the house, claims Railsback. He said the man she was seeing, Austin Lee Edwards, 28, of North Chesterfield, Virginia, had been recognized as the primary suspect in the three fatalities. According to law enforcement sources, after opening fire on police officers in Needles, Edwards was located in San Bernardino County where a sheriff’s deputy shot and killed him.

According to Railsback, Riverside police investigators found that Edwards met the young girl online and gave a false account of who he was.

According to a news release from the authorities, investigators “found that Edwards met the adolescent girl through ‘catfishing,’ a typical kind of online deceit in which someone appears to be someone they’re not,” It’s thought Edwards He got to know the teen online and eventually got her personal information. He arrived in Riverside from Virginia, parked in the driveway of a neighbor, and went into the teen’s house.

According to investigators, the precise reason and manner of the three fatalities are still under investigation. However, police suspect Edwards killed the boy’s mother, grandmother, and three grandparents before putting the teen in his car and leaving.
Edwards most recently worked for Virginia’s Washington County Sheriff’s Office after previously working for the Virginia State Police, according to Railsback

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