Grand Prairie Shooting

July 25, 2011 by USA Post 

Grand Prairie ShootingGrand Prairie Shooting, Do Trini filed a restraining order against her husband in December because he threatened with a gun three times last year, but asked to leave weeks later, saying: “My husband promised to change and will work our marriage for children, “according to court documents Tarrant County.

Current problems, the police knew, never left. At 7 pm on Saturday, as a private birthday party of her son came to an end at the World Forum roller in the 1900 block of Great Southwest Parkway, So Do pulled a gun, shot ex-wife to his death and shot and killed four family members before committing suicide, authorities said. Four other children were not injured.

“I just pop the balloons at first,” said owner Walt Hedrick World Roller Sunday. “I never thought it would be a firearm.”

As Tan gunned down in the family tables, Hedrick taken to the office employees his his and looked behind a glass door facing the office hhh.

“They shot everyone once and then walked to find someone else,” said Hedrick. “Not finding the person who turned the tables and killed them all a second time.”

Hedrick then heard one last shot.

“I looked and saw it was on the ground,” said the owner.

Trini and her sister Michelle Ta, worked at the University of Texas at Arlington. So working for a manufacturing company in Dallas, Tarrant according to court documents.

According to the documents, Trini and Tan met in 1997 and married in 2000. They had a 3-year-old child who will be 11 months ahead. The birthday party was for him.

“Your neighbor told me he always had parties at her house,” said Hedrick.

Trini, 29, said he had been having marital problems for years, but was strong in 2010. He cited three incidents in which he claims the protection order:

In early 2010, Tan his wife dragged into a closet, pulled out a pistol shot into the ceiling and threatened to kill her if she left him.

So his got all the weapons in early November after he was upset with her wife hhh.

On November 21, wept as her daughter, Tan his wife dragged into a room, put a pillow over her face and threatened to shoot her because she wanted a divorce.

“I hope I’m making the right decision at the last chance and pray that they can actually change,” Trini said in an affidavit before the court requesting the protective order dismissed.

Trini sisters were also killed, Lynn Ta, 16, and Michelle Ta, 28, of Grand Prairie, brother Ta Hien, 21, and sister-in-law Nguyen Thuy, 25.

On Sunday, stuffed animals and a sign marked the tragedy out of World roller, which opened at 2 pm, as usual.

“It could have happened anywhere,” said Hedrick. “He had a plan, and ended where it carried out this plan.”

No one answered the Sunday afternoon the door of the Great Two ‘A Prairie Home.

Grand Prairie police said Sunday in a press release that had attacked his So demented wife and family. About 30 people were on the track for the game and not the employees were injured.

Police received the first call of shots fired at 7:10 pm, but by the time they arrived minutes later the drama was over, they said.

The injured were taken to Methodist Dallas Medical Center and Medical City Dallas, police said. He had put on their conditions.

On Sunday, police crisis counselors and the police department’s chaplain helped the surviving victims, witnesses and family members.

TMAC Trini joined before the Texas manufacturing Assistance Center at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2002 and served as research associate managing financial records.

Michelle joined the staff in October 2004 TMAC and earned a degree in accounting from UT Arlington in August 2008. He also led the financial records of TMAC, which is based on UT Arlington automation & Robotics Research Institute on the campus of Fort Worth.

Attracted Casani, TMAC regional director, reminded women as good employees, they were easy to work. Casani said he helped organize a small wedding for technical assistance to colleagues TMAC when he married a year ago.

“They were certainly two of the hardest working and nicest people I’ve worked,” said Casani.

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