Gwinnett police ID bodies found in home after possible murder-suicide

Gwinnett County police are at the scene on Graystone Parkway.

Gwinnett County police are at the scene on Graystone Parkway.

Police in Gwinnett County have released the names of two people who died in a possible murder-suicide Wednesday morning.

Investigators on Thursday identified them as 77-year-old Stacy Bozeman and 69-year-old Nancy Carnes Bozeman.

The couple’s bodies were found in the Graystone Parkway home in Grayson just after 10 a.m., Gwinnett police said in a tweet on Wednesday morning. Officers were called to the home for a wellness check about an hour prior to the discovery, police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said.

The 911 caller said he had unlocked the front door of his home for officers to “come find him,” she said.

Both victims were found in an upstairs bedroom, Pihera said. Each appeared to have been shot at least once.

Police did not specify if Stacy Bozeman is believed to be the caller or the shooter.

It is not clear what led to the incident.

“There have been no prior 911 calls to the residence this year,” Pihera said.

We are working to learn more.

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