Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 2020-11-19 13:24:35 –
Adrian White’s family stopped at his home in Jefferson County on Friday afternoon to plan a weekend to visit and celebrate her 44th birthday.
Instead, they found a yellow crime scene tape surrounding a house in the Rice Creek area and a Jefferson County Sheriff’s car parked outside the destination.
After a while, they will find out that White and her fiancé died in murder-suicide. It was a shock to my family. “She didn’t have to go out like this,” said Carolyn Bessette, Adrian White’s sister.
Sheriff Sergeant Joni Money said the two had been shot dead and an agent had been sent to the 2500 Rice Crane’s home at 12:45 pm. White and her fiancé, whose name has not been announced, were both declared dead on the scene.
Their father, Rev. James G. White, was also at home. He was not injured, but was taken to the hospital for observation. The family said he was suffering from dementia and Adrian White and her fiancé were his caretakers. Their mother, Minnie White, died of COVID-19 in May.
According to Mr. Money, investigators could determine that the dead were murder-suicide, but did not provide other details, including the cause of the crime.
According to Carolyn White, her sister, who had one son, graduated from the University of Alabama and was doing system analysis for the Blue Cross Blue Shield. She was the youngest of twelve siblings in a close family that stretched throughout Alabama and New Jersey.
The couple have been together for about a year, but were long-time friends before the romantic relationship. They were planning a wedding in June. “We had a wedding announcement yesterday,” said Carolyn White.
There are no visible signs of problems between the couple, and authorities do not remember being called home before. “We didn’t know. We don’t know what happened. We don’t know what it means,” said Carolyn White.
The family described Adrian White as an angel. Her sister said she had a beautiful voice, was a caretaker and was a joke. “She was just a compassionate person,” she said.
Adrian White has long been fighting and relieving leukemia. “I’m waiting, to wake up from my dreams,” her sister said.
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