Man lured wife saying had gifts for kids, shot her

Associated Press

Monaca, Pa. — Authorities say a man who shot and killed his estranged wife and then himself had lured her outside her job at a Penn State satellite campus by saying he had Christmas presents for their children.

Beaver County Coroner David Gabauer says 49-year-old Lesli Kelly, of Midland, died of multiple gunshot wounds in the attack Wednesday just before 4 p.m. near the Penn State Beaver dining hall.

Gabauer says 52-year-old William Kelly, of Aliquippa, died of a gunshot wound to the head.

State police Lt. Eric Hermick says William Kelly approached Lesli Kelly with wrapped presents and then opened fire on her. Police say he then turned the gun on himself.

Hermick says there are indications there were domestic issues, child support issues and that the estranged husband was harassing her.