Beganovic & Norris TX 07-31-2004
Donald Norris, 30
TX, Wichita Falls, Wichita Co.
July 31, 2004
Tamatha's murder has left her son to grow up without his Mother in his life, after surviving the fatal shootings of his father
Damir Beganovic, 54, who lived in Tucson, AZ, had been seeking a divorce from his estranged wife, Tamatha. Tamatha was living in Wichita Falls, Texas with Donald Norris, age 30, and Norris’ 5 year-old son, Joseph.
It can not be established at this time if Joseph survived. Last information available states that he was still hospitalized.
Beganovic was stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and was on leave. He traveled to Wichita Falls, Texas, and went to the home Tamatha, Donald and Joseph were living in. Beganovic fatally shot Tamatha and Donald, then shot and wounded Joseph and killed himself.
Source: TCFV.org - Texas Council on Family Violence - Honoring TX Victims - 2004 Honoring TX Victims
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