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Another sad case involving financial troubles has ended in violence.
Last Thursday, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police responded to a call for service in the 4200 block of Myers Hunter Lane in Charlotte. Sheriff’s deputies serving eviction papers at the residence found two elderly people suffering from gunshot wounds. Both later died of their injuries.
The man was identified as 70-year-old Edward Rosner. Police suspect Rosner shot himself and his wife.
According to WSOC, Rosner had built a career as a Philadelphia corporate attorney before relocating to Charlotte with his wife, Prudence. Prudence, 68, was pronounced dead after being transported by medic to Carolinas Medical Center.
Rosner pled guilty on September 12, 2013 to tax evasion. Between 2005 and 2009, the IRS alleged, Rosner failed to report income totaling some $2.9 million. The amount of taxes claimed by the agency on the income was $1,005,940. Rosner was awaiting sentencing on the pleas.