WHY I CARRY: Four Family Members Killed in Violent Attack, Coroner says Their Deaths Were…

Screen Shot 2015-11-04 at 7.40.59 AMCops claim there was ‘no time to defend’, which is odd since some victims were in separate rooms.

The Anderson County coroner released new details about four people found dead in a home on Monday afternoon.

Coroner Greg Shore said Violet Taylor, 82, Cathy Scott, 60, Barbara Scott, 80, and Mike Scott, 58, were all shot to death at the home they lived in on Refuge Road on Sunday.

Shore said three of the victims suffered one gunshot wound and one victim suffered more than one gunshot wound.

“This was very violent. Very, very violent deaths on all four of them” Shore said.

There was no sign of forced entry into the home or signs of a struggle, Shore said. Three of the victims were in the den and one was in the bedroom.

Shore said it appears the victims had no time to defend themselves.

Anderson County sheriff’s deputies are investigating the deaths as a quadruple homicide, according to Lt. Sheila Cole.

Cole said deputies were called to the home around 12:30 p.m. Monday about a possible shooting.

On Monday, Cole told WYFF News 4 Mandy Gaither, “As far as we know, there is no danger to the public right now.”

Cole went on to say that the investigation was ongoing and that could change.

No arrests have been made in the case.

Amy Vilardi, the daughter one of the victims, said she found the bodies.

“When I went to knock on the back door, the door just pushed open so I walked in and it was dark and I just flipped the light on and there they were. They were just, they were there,” Vilardi said.

Cathy and Mike Scott had been married nine years.

Violet Taylor was Cathy Scott’s mother. Barbara Scott was Mike Scott’s mother, Shore said.

Vilardi said that Cathy Scott was her mother.

All four lived in the home, Shore said.

“I don’t understand why any of it has happened and I just keep thinking it’s a dream I’m going to wake up from,” Vilardi said,
“Whoever did this, I don’t see how you can live with yourself.”

Shore said investigators will not speculate on what happened in the home because investigators want to “get it right.”

Read more: wyff4.com

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