Alyssa Gainey Obituary, Death – Two people were found dead inside of a home in Dumfries, Virginia, after having been shot, and the individual responsible for their deaths has been taken into custody, as reported by the local police. The deaths of a man and a woman were found on Wednesday night, shortly after 11 o’clock, in the basement of a residence located on Isle Royale Terrace in the city of Toronto. The bodies of the victims were found there.
Additionally, the body of a male pitbull mix that belonged to the family was discovered shot to death inside the residence. According to the Prince William County Police Department, the severity of the dog’s injuries required it to be “humanely terminated.” This meant that the dog’s life had to be ended in a compassionate manner. The woman, who has been identified as Alyssa Trynese Gainey and hails from Woodbridge, was said to have been pronounced dead at the scene of the event, as stated by the police.
The victim, who has been identified as 24-year-old Javon Alberto Williams, received first assistance before being sent to the hospital, but he did not survive his arrival there on Thursday morning and passed away later that day. The police believe that the alleged shooter, a man called Desmond Malcolm Daniel who is 24 years old, pushed his way into the residence where the shooting occurred before opening fire and then fleeing the area after the incident.
Daniel and Gainey are said to have previously shared romantic feelings for one another in the reports filed by the police. Williams was allegedly known with Daniel as well, according to the authorities. According to the police, officers of the Virginia State Police and the Metropolitan Airports Authority police detained Daniel in a parking lot at the Dulles International Airport just before 2 o’clock on Thursday morning. Daniel was taken into custody and charged with a number of offenses related to the homicide, including two counts of murder in the second degree and several others.