Coy Wayne Wesbrook, American convicted mass murderer, Died at 58

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Coy Wayne “Elvis” Wesbrook was born on February 1, 1958, and died on March 9, 2016.

He was an American mass murderer and death row inmate,

He was convicted of fatally shooting his ex-wife and three men in Channelview, Texas (in Greater Houston), on November 13, 1997.

He was asked by Gloria Jean Coons, his estranged wife, to visit her, on November 13, 1997.

On arrival, he found her having a party with three other males and two females.

Wesbrook was thinking of rebuilding the relationship with Coons.

Apparently, he went into a rage when the party’s attendees began to mock him because Coons had cheated on him in the bedroom.

Further on in the party, he noticed that his ex-wife and two of the men had slipped away, and when he went into the bedroom, he found her having sex with both of the men.

Following that sight, Wesbrook then went to his truck and pulled out his .30-06 hunting rifle and returned to the residence.

Coy shot his ex-wife, all three of the males and another female in the residence.

Around 2 a.m., a neighbor heard the gunfire, went next door, saw the bodies, and called 911 on a cellular phone.

Coy Wayne Wesbrook was arrested at the scene.

He killed Coons, Antonio Cruz, Kelly Hazlip, Diana Money (her roommate), and Anthony Rogers.

Coy Wayne Wesbrook passed away at 58 yrs old.

He was executed by lethal injection.

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