[UPDATE] LCSO Investigating Homicide on Rose Road

By: Eyewitness News; Lanetra Bennett Email
By: Eyewitness News; Lanetra Bennett Email

UPDATED 1.26.2012 by Julie Montanaro

Court records show that Stanley Savary entered a no contest plea in the January 2011 murder of his stepmother and the attempted murders of his father and brother.

Court records show he was sentenced to life in prison while in court last week.
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[UPDATE] 4-20 2:20pm -

Stanley Savary, Junior was indicted by a Leon County Grand Jury for the January 2011 murder of his stepmother, Nina Savary. She was shot in her own home on Rose Road. Savary’s father and brother were also shot, but survived.
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[UPDATE] 2-7 2:40PM --

LCSO Release:

Update: Detectives Arrest Stanley Savary, Jr. for Homicide

On Saturday, February 5, 2011 detectives with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged Stanley Savary, Jr, 45, in connection with the murder of 60 year old Nina Savary and the
attempted murder of 72 year old Stanley Savary, Sr. Stanley Savary, Jr. was released from Tallahassee Memorial Hospital following treatment for a gunshot wound to the chest.

At approximately 8:45 p.m. on January 12, 2011, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in the 10,000 block of Rose Road in reference to a shooting. Upon their arrival, deputies discovered three persons with gunshot wounds, one of them, Nina Savary, was dead.

Detectives from the Crime Scene and Violent Crimes Units responded to the scene and launched an investigation into the chain of events surrounding the shooting.

Detectives confirmed that Nina Savary died on the scene. Nina’s husband, Stanley Savary, Sr. was initially treated at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital for gunshot wounds to the neck and hand. He remains in an extended treatment facility.

Detectives believe Stanley Savary, Jr. shot Nina Savary in the head with a handgun, killing her. He then shot his father through the hand and neck, seriously injuring Stanley Savary, Sr. Jeffrey Savary, 35, attempted to subdue his brother and was able to wrestle the handgun away from him.

During the struggle, Stanley Savary, Jr. was shot in the chest.

Full release with picture is attached above.
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Updated 1-13 6:47pm

New Details are released from last night's shooting in Eastern Leon County that left one person dead and two hospitalized.

We now know that one of the victims was the shooter.

Deputies say a man's son shot him and his wife. The wife died.

Then another son stepped in and ended up shooting the first son.

Neighbors say it's all tragic, but, some say not surprising.

The deadly tragedy inside of 10085 Rose Road in Leon County happened among family.

But, the effect reaches other households nearby.

Anne Schneider said, "It's supposed to be quiet, nice out here. For something like that to happen, as a mother it hits too close to home for me; knowing that my son's in there watching cartoons and someone's dying right next door."

Deputies say they were called to the home around 8:45 Wednesday night.

When they arrived, deputies say 60-year-old Nina Savary was dead.

Investigators say her step son, 45-year-old Stanley Savary, Jr. shot her in the head, then turned the gun on his father, Nina's husband, --72-year-old Stanley Savary, Sr.--shooting him in the hand and neck.

Deputies say Stanley Jr.'s brother--35-year-old Jeffrey Savary--tried to subdue him, and during the struggle, Stanley, Jr. was shot in the chest.

Paul Stotz lives across the street. He says, "Some of us may have predicted a situation like this may have been coming because the son and the parents do occasionally get into verbal altercations and it's been like that off and on over the last 13 years that I've lived here."

The father and son were both taken to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.

Amanda Houston said, "I live less than a mile away and have young children that live with me. It disturbs me the way things are nowadays; it does, especially knowing it being a family matter. It's heartbreaking."

Investigators have not released any details as to why Stanley Savary, Jr. shot his father and step mother.

At last word, he was listed in stable condition and his father in serious condition.

Detectives say as soon as he's released from the hospital, they do intend to charge Stanley Jr. with Murder, Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault.

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[UPDATE] 1-13 2:40PM

PRESS RELEASE:

At approximately 8:45 p.m. on January 12, 2011, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in the 10,000 block of Rose Road in reference to a shooting. Upon their arrival, deputies
discovered three persons with gunshot wounds, one of them, Nina Savary, 60, was dead.

Detectives from the Crime Scene and Violent Crimes Units responded to the scene and launched
an investigation into the chain of events surrounding the shooting.

Detectives confirmed that Nina
Savary died on the scene. Nina’s husband, Stanley Savary, Sr. 72, is currently being treated at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital for gunshot wounds to the neck and hand. Stanley Savary, Jr. 45,
is also being treated for a gunshot wound to the chest.

Detectives believe Stanley Savary, Jr. shot Nina Savary in the head with a handgun, killing her. He
then shot his father through the hand and neck, seriously injuring Stanley Savary, Sr. Jeffrey
Savary, 35, attempted to subdue his brother and was able to wrestle the handgun away from him.
During the struggle, Stanley Savary, Jr. was shot in the chest.

Detectives served a search warrant on the residence, processed the scene for forensic evidence
and conducted interviews throughout the night. An autopsy was performed on Nina Savary this
morning and the preliminary results are consistent with the detectives’ initial findings from the
scene.

Sheriff Larry Campbell stated, “This is a tragic situation. Once again, these events confirm that
everyone involved in a violent domestic situation loses. In one night, different members of the same
family have lost their life, a loved-one and their freedom.”

Detectives intend to charge Stanley Savary, Jr. with Murder, Attempted Murder and Aggravated

Assault as soon as he is released from the hospital.
Stanley Savary, Sr. was listed in serious condition and Stanley Savary, Jr. was listed in stable
condition.

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UPDATE 1-12-2011

WCTV has video of that shooting in Tallahassee leaving one person dead and two in critical condition. The Leon County Sheriff's Office says around 8:45pm 1-12, they received a call to the 10,000 Block of Rose Road in Tallahassee.

Deputies say when they arrived at what appears to be a mobile home, they found one person dead and two others with gun shot wounds.
The two victims were taken to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and LCSO says they are in critical condition.

We did speak to a neighbor who says he heard loud noises, which sounded like slamming doors, before police pulled up. The neighbor also tells us that the couple living in the home appears to be in their mid-60's.

LCSO says they are not looking for a suspect. All persons involved are accounted for and the investigation is on-going.

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Tallahassee, FL - Leon County Sheriff's Office confirms they're investigating a shooting in the east part of Leon County.

Details are limited at this time, but the LCSO deputies tell WCTV the shooting happened on Rose Road near Tram Road.

WCTV has a crew on the way and we'll bring you more details as they become available.


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