PLEASANTON MURDER-SUICIDE? Amy Freeman Burton (Amy Carlin Freeman Burton) and Ainsley Freeman, her 13 year old daughter, were found shot to death in their Pleasanton, Calif., home. Police aren’t saying if it was a murder-suicide or double homicide. The bodies were found by the woman’s husband, Christopher Burton, 28, at about 6 p.m.
Ainsley Freeman and Amy Freeman Burton, 37, were found inside their home at 3532 Stacey Court just south of Interstate 580 about 6 p.m., said Pleasanton police Lt. Jeff Bretzing, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Amy Burton worked in the St. Louis-area as a compliance officer for Edward Jones, A.G. Edwards and Commerce Bank. She started a new job as a compliance officer for UBS Financial Services Inc., in California in January, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Ainsly is believed to have been a pupil at Hart Middle School in Pleasanton. A murder weapon has not been found and police have not named a suspect in the murders but the husband was being treated as a “person of interest” in the case.