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Police investigating death of Greenville, Ky. couple

Greenville, KY (KFVS) -

The Kentucky State Police is currently investigating the death of a Greenville couple.

On Thursday, March 7 at around 9:10 a.m., the Kentucky State Police Post 2 Madisonville was contacted by the Muhlenberg County Sheriff's Department in reference to a shooting at a residence located at 4715 State Route 853, Greenville.

When they arrived, officers say they discovered that Armilda D. Green, 61, and her husband, Everett T. Green, 62, were dead in their home.

According to police, the preliminary investigation revealed that each victim appeared to have suffered from a single gunshot. At the present time, they say it appeared that Everett Green shot his wife and then turned the gun on himself. The Muhlenberg County Coroner, Tony Armour, pronounced the victims dead at the scene.

An autopsy is scheduled for the morning of March 8, at the State Medical Examiner's Office in Madisonville.

The investigation is continuing by KSP Detective Lonnie Kavanaugh. The Muhlenberg County Sheriff's Department and the Muhlenberg County Coroner's Office assisted at the scene.

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