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Police: Lisbon man kills ex wife, then shoots himself

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ALLIANCE, Ohio - Investigators believe that a Lisbon man shot his ex wife then turned the gun on himself.

Alliance police report that a man identified as 31-year-old Lee Toalston of Lisbon called police dispatchers at 6:11 p.m. Sunday evening, and said that he had just shot his ex wife.

Toalston provided information including his name and location, and stated that he had a gun and was going to kill himself. As officers arrived, Toalston pulled a handgun and shot himself in the head.

When officers arrived in the area of Burt Avenue and College street, they found 28-year-old Holly Toalston of Alliance.

She had been shot several times and was pronounced dead at the scene by the coroner.

Lee Toalston suffered a single gunshot wound to the head.

Police believe that Lee Toalston shot Holly Toalston in the driveway of her home on Burt Avenue, then carried her to a parking lot at Burt and College Street where he shot her several more times before calling police and shooting himself. Toalston remains hospitalized.

 

The crime is still under investigation by Alliance Police and the Stark County Coroner's Office.

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