Adrianna Mills Obituary, Death – The identities of the two victims who were slain in what seems to be a murder-suicide that took place on November 13 near to Florissant have been confirmed by the Teller County Sheriff’s Office. The incident took place close to Florissant (TCSO). Adrianna Mills, age 29, and her brother Sean Mills, age 27, have been identified as the two victims whose bodies were discovered in the Colorado Mountain Estates Subdivision, which is located south of Florissant. The subdivision is named after Colorado Mountain, which is located in the Rocky Mountains.
According to the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO), deputies were sent to the subdivision at approximately 7:20 a.m. on Sunday morning in response to a complaint of a shooting that had taken place there. Upon arriving, they found Adrianna and Sean dead, along with their three children, all of whom were unharmed. The children were the only survivors of the family. The Children’s Safety Officer (TCSO) asserts that the children are safe and have been placed in the custody of the Department of Human Services at this time.
On Monday, November 14, Andrew Wommack Ministries released a statement in which they claimed that Adrianna and Sean were formerly affiliated with Charis Bible College both as students and as staff members. The message was delivered the same same day it was written. “All of us at Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College are grieved to hear of the passing of two Andrew Wommack Ministries workers and former students,” said Billy Epperhart, the Chief Executive Officer of both Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College. “All of us at Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College are sorry to hear of their passing.
” [Further citation is required] You can be sure that we will do everything in our power to support those who are suffering as a result of this tragic loss. “Prayers are continually being offered for the family and loved ones who were left behind, and you can be sure that we will do everything in our power to assist them. We are assisting the authorities with their investigation, and we will continue to do so in any way that we are able to. The shooting is still being investigated, and the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office has stated that it is being handled as an apparent murder-suicide case at this moment.