Three found dead in gated community home after 911 call about a heart attack: Report

Police in Florida are investigating the deaths of a man and two women who were found inside a $2 million-dollar home in Bonita Springs on Monday.

According to NBC2 News, Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a home in Bonita Bay, a gated community, where they found the bodies of an adult male and two adult females. The decedents have not yet been publicly identified.

WINK News reports that first responders were initially called to the home for a report of a cardiac arrest. They called deputies after discovering a man with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The deputies then discovered the bodies of two women. Police are investigating the deaths as a murder-suicide.

According to the WINK report, the owner of the property–reportedly valued at $2 million–is a woman who is an attorney in Naples. It is unclear if she is among the decedents. An attorney at the law firm reportedly declined to comment.

This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide further updates when more information is available.

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