There’s a Devil Loose: Tennessee Man Kills His Former Boss and Her Nine-Year-Old Son After He Was Fired Before Killing Himself During Police Standoff

Binkley was known in the community for her generosity; her son, Zeke, attended fourth grade

A man shot and killed his former employer and her young son in Tennessee on Friday, before turning the gun on himself as police closed in on him two days later.

According to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office, Jessie Binkley, 31, was found dead from gunshot wounds alongside her nine-year-old son, Ezekiel ‘Zeke’ Iacob, inside the family’s home in Bethpage on Friday night.

Evidence gathered at the scene pointed to Kevin Moore, 41, who previously worked for Binkley’s family business, but reportedly had been fired.

Moore was briefly added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List, before investigators received a tip concerning the suspect’s whereabouts.

At around 11am on Sunday, deputies and police officers surrounded Moore’s home on Murray Street in Gallatin and could hear noise coming from inside, reported WKRN.

Police and deputies cornered Moore inside his home in Gallatin, Tennessee, on Sunday morning, at which time he killed himself
The mother and son were found dead inside their home in Bethpage, Tennessee

‘A tactical team arrived, but the occupant refused to emerge,’ a press release stated. ‘The tactical team served the search warrant, and upon entry, discovered Kevin Moore deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.’

At the time of his death, Moore was wanted on two counts of first-degree murder, especially aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and possession of a firearm during a dangerous felony in connection to Binkley and Iacob’s deaths.

Friends and family attended a candlelight vigil on Sunday to pay tribute to the slain mother and son.

Those who knew Binkley highlighted her and her partner’s generosity and charitable work, including a recent $15,000 donation to the organization Christmas4Kids that sponsored 100 kids.

‘I know she truly has the best heart and Zeke, too,’ Taylor Rowe, founder the the local nonprofit Live Love Nashville, told NewsChannel5.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Snejana Farberov

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