Couple dead after Corona murder-suicide, investigation continuing
CORONA, Calif. — Officials say two people are dead following a suspected murder-suicide that occurred in Corona on Wednesday, May 19. The deadly incident happened at a private residence in the 1300 block of Stein Way, northwest of Foothill Parkway and Lincoln Avenue, according to officials.
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Corona police officers were dispatched to the home after receiving reports of a possible assault with injuries, Corona Police Department Public Information Officer Rozzy Rael has since said of their ongoing investigation.
After multiple failed attempts to contact the residents, members of the Corona Police Department’s Special Response Team used a battering ram attached to an armored tactical rescue vehicle to force entry into the residence.
After entering the residence SWAT members discovered Ryan Osbrink, 47, of Corona, deceased from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Officers also located the man’s wife, Heather Osbrink, 48, of Corona, deceased from multiple gunshot wounds, according to Rael.
Detectives from the Corona Police Department responded to the scene to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.
SWAT members are seen discussing tactics prior to forcing entry into a Corona home on Stein Way where they located a man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and a woman dead from multiple gunshot injuries. Firephotogirl/RMG News photo
“This is an on-going investigation; however, the incident is being investigated as a murder-suicide,” said Rael; adding that there are no threats to public safety related to the deadly incident.
Anyone with additional information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Senior Detective John Garcia at John.Garcia@CoronaCa.gov or 951-739-4858.
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