Gautier MS Shooting: Randall James Oliveira and partner died in Mississippi murder suicide

Randall James Oliveira died of self-inflicted gunshot wound after allegedly beaten his wife to death the night before

Gautier MS Shooting – Authorities say a Gautier woman was beaten to death the night before her husband allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself on Monday. Randall James Oliveira, 55, is the person suspected of killing her, according to Jackson County Coroner Bruce Lynd Jr. He stated that the pair is thought to be natives of Massachusetts and that they relocated to Mississippi from Rhode Island. According to Lynd, the woman passed away on Sunday night from blunt force injuries to her body.

Who was the victim?

Her identity is being withheld until her next of kin has been notified. According to Chief David Bever of Gautier authorities, after responding to a welfare report, authorities proceeded to the couple’s residence in the 1700 block of Pat Drive and started an investigation. When the officer arrived at the house, he rang the doorbell, heard a gunshot, and he requested that more units come.

According to Bever, after forcing their way inside the house, the police discovered Oliveira dead in the living room from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and the woman dead in the toilet. Bever stated that police had not responded to a report of domestic violence at the residence before Monday’s reaction. The crime is being looked into by Gautier police as a murder-suicide. You can get assistance if you’re a victim of domestic abuse in South Mississippi by calling the Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence’s crisis line at 1-800-800-1396.

Suicide And Crisis Hotline

you can call, text, or chat 988 to be connected to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL). It will be confidential, free, and available 24/7/365. 988 offers 24/7 access to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing mental health-related distress. That could be thoughts of suicide, mental health or substance use crisis, or any other kind of emotional distress.

People can call or text 988 or chat at for themselves or if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support. 988 serves as a universal entry point so that no matter where you live in the United States, you can reach a trained crisis counselor who can help.

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