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|Man kills wife, mother-in-law|
"After 10 shots, I figured he'd killed everyone."
That was the chilling account of Clinton Ryder, who narrowly escaped his home at 1311 North McGuire St. in Monroe, when his former son-in-law, Bobby Brantley, stormed into the family room at the home and opened fire late Wednesday morning.
"There was still shooting going on when I got out," Ryder said.
A few moments after giving that account, law enforcement officials revealed Brantley had killed his estranged wife and his mother-in-law before turning the gun on himself.
According to Monroe Police Chief Ron Schleuter, Brantley killed Treba Ryder, age 55, and Sandra Ryder, age 31.
Police arrived on the scene at approximately 12:05 p.m. after multiple witnesses made 911 calls reporting shots fired.
When officers arrived, they found Ryder, who was injured, had successfully gotten four of his five grandchildren out of the home.
The fifth grandchild, a 3-month-old infant believed to belong to Brantley and his ex-wife, was evacuated from the scene and taken to St. Francis Medical Center North.
That infant was uninjured, according to fire and rescue officials who declined to be named.
According to Ryder, his daughter had recently filed for divorce from Brantley.
Because of repeated threats, Ryder said the family called Monroe Police last night and Brantley was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace.
He was released this morning from the Richwood Correctional Center on $200 bond.
A law enforcement official at the scene said Brantley had been under a restraining order to stay away from Sandra Ryder and her family.
However, the official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said that order had expired. He could not comment on why the order had not been renewed.