Woman Kills Husband and Sister Before Brother Takes Her Out

RUSSELL COUNTY, Kentucky — A tragic series of shootings within a single family has resulted in the deaths of three individuals in Kentucky, according to law enforcement officials. The victims have been identified as Larry Gosser, Angela Gosser, and Jennifer Wilson. The incident also left Darryl Wilson, the brother of Angela and Jennifer, injured.

The Kentucky State Police released a statement on Saturday, revealing that Angela was responsible for shooting her sister Jennifer and her brother Darryl. While Jennifer tragically lost her life as a result of the gunshot wounds, Darryl survived the shooting. However, in a shocking turn of events, Darryl allegedly retaliated and fatally shot Angela.

Larry Gosser, the husband of Angela, was also a victim in the series of shootings. Authorities have confirmed that Angela was also responsible for Larry’s death.

On Friday, the Kentucky State Police received a request from emergency officials in Pulaski County to locate a vehicle belonging to Angela. This led them to the scene of a shooting in Russell County, where Angela’s body was discovered in Darryl’s home. The investigation suggests that Angela forcefully entered the residence armed with a firearm, resulting in an exchange of gunfire that ended with Angela’s death and Darryl sustaining life-threatening injuries.

Further investigation revealed that Jennifer was fatally shot inside her car on a street in Russell County. It is believed that Angela targeted Jennifer before attacking Darryl.

Larry, who worked as an officer with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, was found dead on his property by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office. It remains unclear whether his death occurred before the other shootings.

The motive behind these tragic killings has yet to be determined, and the Kentucky State Police have not provided additional information when asked for comment. Domestic violence survivors can reach out to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or visit thehotline.org for support.