Tiera Strand Death – 25-year-old Tiera Strand who went missing Downtown Austin on Monday, April 17, has been found dead. She was reportedly located several days later in a ditch approximately 70 miles away. Strand was located on April 21 by deputies of the Bell County Sheriff’s Department in the area of the 1300 block of Berger Rd, which is located just north of Temple.
Tiera Strand’s family reported her missing to the Austin Police Department (APD) on April 17 after they say she went out to a bar on Sixth Street and they never heard from her again after she left. They say that once she left, they never heard from her again. However, Strand’s relatives said that they had very few to no answers on the manner in which she passed away. There no yet a known explanation for cause of her death. Alongside the Austin Police Department, the Bell County Sheriff’s Department is assisting in the investigation.
Tiera Strand Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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An attorney in Austin who was allegedly seen on camera pulling out a gun and attempting to shoot his ex-girlfriend while she was at work has been found dead, according to the authorities. The incident was caught on tape. On Wednesday, November 30, just before 4:30 p.m., the Austin Police Department received a check welfare report in the 13500 block of Lyndhurst Street, according to the department’s statement.
When officers arrived, they discovered a deceased man who was ultimately determined to be Gavin Rush. The APD has stated that they do not believe the death to be suspicious, but the investigation is still taking place. The three-year relationship between Rush and his ex-girlfriend, who worked as a bartender, had ended about a month and a half before the shooting, according to the police. During that time, Rush’s ex-girlfriend had been trying to leave him.
He wanted to get back together, and when she said no, he allegedly sent her many texts in which he threatened to hurt her and the person she was seeing at the time. According to the police, Rush showed up at the North Austin pub on November 26 after the woman stopped responding to Rush’s texts and eventually told him that she was working.
When she told him she would not speak with him, he pulled out a revolver, aimed it at her chest, and fired. The bullet came dangerously close to hitting her, but two customers who were familiar with the situation attacked him first and wrestled the gun away from him. During the battle, it is reported that he kept firing his gun and attempted to take his own life.
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