Beth Frost Obituary, Death – DALLAS — Officials say that after receiving a complaint of a gunshot being heard at a medical examiner’s office in Texas, investigators discovered the bodies of a man and a woman who had been shot to death. According to Dallas County sheriff’s Investigator William Fritz, law enforcement personnel responded to a report of shots fired and a possible active shooter at the Dallas County medical examiner’s office on Tuesday just before 5 p.m. and discovered the bodies of a man and a woman who had been shot dead. After the building was evacuated, detectives established that the man had walked into the complex and shot his wife, who was employed there, Fritz said. This was after the investigators determined that the man had walked into the complex.

Beth Frost, age 46, was identified as the victim on Wednesday by The Dallas Morning News. Frost is the estranged wife of James “Jed” Frost, age 51, who is suspected of carrying out the shooting. After being a standout basketball player at Park Hill High School, Jed Frost walked on to the University of Missouri basketball team and went on to play 79 games for the Tigers between the years 1990 and 1994. On those teams, three of which advanced to the NCAA Tournament, he played a little over seven minutes per game on average and contributed 1.7 points. This featured the 1993–1994 squad, who became the only team in Big Eight men’s basketball championship history to go unbeaten before the league expanded in 1995.

Kansas City University is where Beth Frost obtained her doctorate in medical science. Before moving to Dallas, the couple lived in several places, including Arizona, where Jed Frost established a reputation as a skilled manufacturer of leather bags. According to the sources, Beth Frost started the divorce process in May by filing the necessary paperwork.