Robert Woods Obituary, Death – It was reported early on Christmas Eve by the sheriff’s office in Lincoln County, Missouri, that an off-duty police officer from St. Louis County had been killed in what appears to have been a murder-suicide in that county. The incident took place on Christmas Eve. According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, deputies discovered the bodies of two people who had been shot to death in an unincorporated part of the county.
Both victims had been shot multiple times. According to a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office, the individual who was injured in the incident has been identified as Robert Woods, who is a police officer with the St. Louis County Police Department. Woods was injured in the incident. Woods had reached the age of 36 at the time of his death, as stated by Sgt. Tracy Panus of the St. Louis County Police Department, and had served as an officer for the department for a cumulative total of five years during his lifetime.
Woods was shot multiple times in the torso area, causing him to suffer multiple wounds. In a press release, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office stated that another person, whose identity they did not disclose on Saturday, “appears to have died from a gunshot wound that was self-inflicted.” The sheriff’s office also stated that the shooter and Woods knew each other, but they did not provide any additional information about this connection.
The sheriff’s office did not provide any additional information about this connection. There are no other individuals being investigated for possible involvement in the incident, and there is no evidence to suggest that the community is in any kind of danger.
“We ask that the community pray for Officer Woods’ family and his Department family as we are all very saddened and devastated by this tragic loss,” Panus said in an email. “We are all very saddened and devastated by this tragic loss.” “This tragic loss has left all of us feeling extremely sad and utterly devastated.”