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Roschelle Dalebroux WI 09-04-2004

Roschelle Dalebroux, 33
WI, Howard, Brown Co.
September 4, 2004
Roschelle's murder has left behind her 4 Children without their Mother in their lives

Roschelle was shot by her husband, Gary Dalebroux, 52, in the kitchen of their new home. After shooting his wife multiple times, Gary turned the gun on himself. Their bodies were found by Roschelle’s two sons, ages 12 and 13, who were in the basement of the home during the murder-suicide.

The day of the shooting, Roschelle’s two sons reported hearing arguing between Roschelle and Gary. Her 13 year old son, in particular, reported hearing his mother warn Gary on the morning of the shooting, “Knock it off. You are going to kill both of us.” They heard the gun shots from the basement.

Roschelle and Gary had been married for two years. Roschelle filed for divorce in March 2003, but closed the case less than two weeks later. In July 2004, Gary filed for divorce. At this time, Roschelle moved out of the home and into an apartment near her sister’s home. She took Gary’s handgun, stored it at her sister’s house and planned to sell it. Gary called Roschelle constantly trying to get the gun back, and eventually the couple reconciled. They picked the gun up from Roschelle’s sister’s home just ten days before the murder.

Roschelle’s family reported that Gary had been abusive in the past. In February, Gary hit Roschelle in the face so hard that her earrings were ripped out. After this incident, Roschelle stayed with her sister, who reported that this was not the first time Gary had hurt Roschelle physically. Gary did not let Roschelle go anywhere alone.

Source: - Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Homicide Reports - 2004 DV Homicide Report 

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