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Largo Police Investigating Two Deaths at Residential Address

crimescene3Largo Police Investigating Two Deaths at Residential Address

Updated: December 5, 2015

The death investigation reported yesterday by the Largo Police Department (LPD) involved the death of a mother and daughter.  The mother has been identified by LPD by 47 year-old Elizabeth Genthner and daughter as 17 year-old Simonne Say.

Both subjects were found deceased in their residence and each had an apparent gun shot wound.  “There are indications to support that the deaths may have been a double suicide, but the investigation is on going and detectives continue to explore the possibility of a murder suicide,”  according to Lt. Paul Amodeo of LPD.  The individuals had not been seen in several days and it is suspected that the deaths occurred in the days prior to the discovery.

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The incident location was confimed at the Autumn Chase Apartments at 2200 Gladys Street in Unit #1302, where both individuals lived.

The investigation continues.

Posted: December 4, 2015

Officers from the Largo Police Department (LPD) converged on the Autumn Chase Apartments shortly after 2 PM on Friday, December 4, 2015.  Officer’s received communication from an individual concerned about the health and welfare of the residents in one of the apartments.

According to Lieutenant Paul Amodeo of LPD, at approximately 2:10 PM today, they arrived at a residential address in the area of Gladys St and Vonn Rd in Largo.

Officers eventually made entry into the residence and located two deceased individuals who had not been seen in days.  They were the only two residents known to live at that location according to investigators.

LPD states the individuals are related and there is no reason to suspect any danger to the public. The residence was secure when officers arrived, and at present they not seeking anyone else in connection with this case.

IONTB obtained information that this incident is likely a murder-suicide involving a mother and her teenage daughter.  No confirmation from LPD has been received regarding this information and they are still in the process of locating next of kin.

Additional information is expected in the next few days as the investigation continues.

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