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Big Headache Police worry about Nigerian pharmacist who reportedly killed family members

Policemen were called to a Chicago home following the deaths of three people.

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A group picture of a Nigerian pharmacist Olasunkanmi and his family. It was alleged that he killed himself after shooting dead his wife and daughter.

(City People Magazine)
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The police in the United States of America are investigating the deaths of a Nigerian family killed in Darien, Chicago.

According to reports, the killings were facilitated by a Nigerian pharmacist, Olasunkanmi Esho, who shot himself after slaughtering two family members, his wife Bourk Esho and 7-year-old daughter Olivia Esho.

play Olasunkanmi Esho and his wife Bourk died at their Chicago home. (Wuzup Nigeria)

 

The Washington Post gathered that the incident occurred around 1 am on Sunday, June 10, 2018.

A police spokesperson Gerald Piccoli believes there is no threat to the Darien community where the deaths were recorded.

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Mother and son killed by family dog turned enemy

A German woman and her son have been killed by a family pet, a Staffordshire terrier which slaughtered them at their Hannover residence.

Their corpses were discovered by a relative who informed the police of their passing on the evening of Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

Staffordshire terrier. play Mother and son killed by family dog turned enemy (Pinterest)

 

A statement issued by the police the following day expressed that the deceased, aged 52 and 27 years old respectively, were “apparently killed by the dog,” AFP News confirmed in a report.

The rate of dog attacks in Germany has encouraged the introduction of tight rules following aggression against children and adults.

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