Last Updated on October 20, 2023, 6:46 am
AJU Customs Inc. Couple Kenneth and Jill Gaines reportedly killed in a murder-suicide.
Kenneth ‘Kenny’ Gaines and his wife Jill Gaines, residents of the City of Ocala, Florida, reportedly died unexpectedly, leaving the family aggrieved and the community shocked. Unconfirmed reports say that their deaths were the result of a murder-suicide. Their family has not yet released any statement regarding their deaths.
Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating a third case of possible murder-suicide in Ocala within the past few weeks. In another similar case, a man and woman were found dead in a home on SW. 20th Ln. During a wellness check. Detectives say the deaths were an apparent murder-suicide. Marion County residents are saying they are noticing a trend.
Who were Kenneth Gaines and Jill Gaines?
Kenneth Gaines was a native of Milton, Florida. He graduated from Milton High School. He was a proud owner of AJU Customs Inc. Kenneth ‘Kenny’ was a respected individual in the local business community of Ocala. He was known for his dedication and admired for his entrepreneurial spirit. He was an upstanding member of the community.
Jill Gaines was born and raised in Ocala, Florida. She graduated from Forest High School in 1996. She studied Accountancy at Rasmussen University. She was a complex working individual who poured her dedication into AJU Customs Inc. and her undeniable contribution to Touchable Fantasy. She was committed to the betterment of society.-
Together, they made AJU Customs Inc. a success. Their collaborative efforts, hard work, and dedication ensured their company’s success. Their sudden, untimely deaths have cast a somber cloud over the community.
What happened to Kenneth and Jill Gaines?
It is unclear how the dynamic couple died. Unconfirmed reports say they died in a murder-suicide. An investigation is underway to learn more about the details of the circumstances which caused their untimely deaths. Their family has chosen to keep their privacy.
Seek professional help
Their shocking deaths are a stark reminder of the fragility of life and the dangers of ignoring mental health issues.
If you or someone you know is in danger, seek professional help. You can call or text 988 or chat at 988lifeline.org. It is a confidential and free service that will connect you to a professional who will provide counseling and mental health referrals. It is available to everyone all the time.
If you do not feel comfortable talking, you can also contact The Crisis Text Hotline, which is available 24 hours throughout the United States of America. You can type “HELLO” and send it to 741741. It will connect you with a crisis counselor who will assist you.
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