Timothy Englehardt, Meteorologist Death Mystery
Timothy Englehardt was an aspiring meteorologist who was shot to death and his shooting is now clouded in mystery.
The 22-year old was shot in the head and killed in Florida and while witnesses indicated Timothy shot and killed himself, authorities are still investigating and going over apparent inconsistencies in the witnesses stories.
ABC News reports:
Englehardt, 22, was shot in the head while hanging out with his friends in September. Police said they have no persons of interest, but the shooting investigation has uncovered inconsistencies into the possibility that Englehardt shot himself.
For starters, the gun was found nowhere near Englehardt’s body, Holly Hill Police Chief Steven Aldrich said.
“The incident took place in the front porch area of the home,” Aldrich said. “They located the gun inside the house. It had been moved into the house, and that’s where the officers located the gun once they arrived on scene.”
Additionally, his parents, Bill and Therese Englehardt, say they have questions about the 911 call, which police are still evaluating and will not comment on.
“My friend shot himself,” the female caller can be heard saying.
Someone in the background can be heard saying what sounds like, “I did it.”
The caller remains firm: “No, you didn’t. Relax. You didn’t kill him.”
Englehardt attended Florida’s Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and his parents says he "had no reason to commit suicide and was close to reaching his dream job as a TV weatherman," the report adds.
“Timothy definitely did not do this to himself,” his father said.
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