Spotsylvania triple murder: Michael Coleman, Rachel Ozuna and Kyrrus Ozuna killed at their Virginia home with a sharp instrument as investigators seek motive and suspect(s).
A tight knit Virginia community has been rocked after a man, his partner along with the woman’s teen son were found deceased- the apparent victims of a triple homicide at the family’s home in Spotsylvania.
The bodies of Michael Coleman, 39, Rachel Ozuna, 34, and her son Kyrrus Ozuna, 14, were discovered Wednesday morning by a relative who called around to the residence after being unable to make contact.
A toddler and an infant were found alive inside the home. They were both dehydrated but unharmed.
The infant is the child of Michael and Rachel and is only a few months old, according to Fredericksburg.com.
On Thursday, authorities revealed that the trio were killed with ‘some sort of sharp instrument’.
Police have not released any information regarding a possible motive or suspect, and they say their investigation is in its early stages.
A Utah family wants to bring home the bodies of two Utah County natives killed on the other side of the country: Kyrrus Ozuna, 14, and his mom Rachel Ozuna. Her partner Michael Coleman’s body will stay on East Coast. (Photos courtesy Kaisha Ozuna) pic.twitter.com/nSu2695stw
— Michael Locklear (@MichaelLocklear) May 31, 2019
Spotsylvania triple murder: Victims of violent murder as family members grieve.
A GoFundMe page was set up in order to transport Rachel and Kyrrus back to their native state of Utah for burial.
As of Friday morning, more than $11,400 has been raised.
Posted the creator of the fundraiser page: ‘no reason imaginable is reason enough for these three to meet their end the way they did.’
Rachel’s father, Richard Ozuna, took to Facebook where he shared his distress over his daughter’s violent death.
‘I received the worst news a parent could could get that his child and grandchild what had been killed,’ he wrote in a post on Wednesday evening.
Adding, ‘Doing our best to keep it together… thank you for the prayers.’