Disney Town

December 3, 2010 by USA Post 

Disney Town, (AP) – Authorities were investigating another death Friday in the town Disney built a few days after reporting its first homicide of his 14-year existence. This time, a man who apparently killed himself after shooting the deputies.

Craig Foushee, 52, barricaded himself in a house Thursday for more than 14 hours, according to a report of Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. He fired several shots at members, but members did not return fire because they were unable to acquire a target and no deputies were injured, authorities said.

Deputies entered the house Friday morning and found him dead of a gunshot wound apparently self-inflicted.

Sheriff’s spokeswoman Twis Lizasuain said there was no link between Patrick Giovanditto Foushee and Matteo, who was found murdered in a condominium on Tuesday. That homicide was the first for Disney’s arranged in a plane, picture-perfect Florida community center of 11,000 inhabitants.

Giovanditto lived alone with his Chihuahua had been killed during the long Thanksgiving weekend, authorities said. Neighbors had not seen since the days when they filed the report of a missing person, then entered his apartment a day later and found it.

Giovanditto death was an isolated incident, Lizasuain said.

According to online records of the Florida Division of Corporations, a man with the name and address Foushee is listed as the owner of Reliant Protection Group, a security company and investigations. Records show the company was dissolved on September 24.

A man with the name on Foushee networking site LinkedIn has shown that in addition to being in the security field, he was a pilot for American Airlines for nearly 20 years and a pilot for Air Force.

In a Facebook profile, a man with the name and Foushee’s hometown celebration, Florida, is represented as having three daughters, whom he described as “my treasures.” The Facebook page also shows that in April, he posted that he went to be married to one. ”

Photographs also represent the range where people are shooting guns and doing what he described as “a convoy / motorcase IED-training scenario.” A photo is captioned: “Department of Defense pre-Ddeployment tactical training.”

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