Florida Man Birthday Challenge February 9

Florida man first killed his two children and later committed suicide

The incident took place in Florida’s Miami Lakes area. A Florida man killed his 12-year-old daughter and then his 9-year-old son. A short time later, he committed suicide by shooting himself. Police continued their investigations, and the police stated that it could be a family conflict at the first stage.

Authorities stated that the incident took place in the evening hours. Police rushed to the scene after the Florida man went insane and killed his children and himself. However, when the police arrived, the two children and the man were already dead.

After examining the bodies, Miami-Dade County coroners determined that the deceased children were Baleria Tovar and Matias Tovar. When the other body, which appeared to belong to a man, was examined, it was understood that it belonged to Humberto Tovar, 41.

The first person to notice the incident was the mother of the deceased children. When the mother came home, she found the dead bodies of her children. Then she started to wait by informing the police. The police, who made the necessary investigations, determined that the mother and father were divorced and lived separately.

An eyewitness, who was very close to the house where the incident occurred, stated that he heard the mother’s cries. The eyewitness said he immediately opened the door and started running. She noted that the mother hugged her son’s body when she arrived at the scene, but he could not see the others because it was dark.

Even if an attempt was made to make a heart message to the little 9-year-old boy lying lifeless on the ground, it was too late for everything. The little boy, his older sister, and his father had already passed away. Miami-Dade Police Chief Alfredo Ramirez called the killings senseless.

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Who are the famous February 9 birthdays?

1867
Natsume Sōseki, Japanese author and poet (d. 1916)
1880 Lipót Fejér, Hungarian mathematician and academic (d. 1959)
1909 Carmen Miranda, Portuguese-Brazilian actress, singer, and dancer (d. 1955)
1952 Danny White, American football player and sportscaster
1960 Holly Johnson, English singer-songwriter and bass player (Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Big in Japan)
1969
Ian Eagle, American sportscaster
1974 John Wallace, American basketball player and coach
1982 Jameer Nelson, American basketball player
1997
Valentini Grammatikopoulou, Greek tennis player

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