Michael Huff and Jacquelyn Huff Murder-Suicide Homer Glen: Glendale Heights police officer, wife dead in Homer Glen murder-suicide.
Police are looking into the deaths of a Glendale Heights police officer and his wife in Homer Glen as a possible murder-suicide.
According to reports, deputies from the Will County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of gunfire in the 13600 block of Shannon Drive.
A 911 caller claimed to have heard gunshots and an argument between the homes, report says.
According to the sheriff’s office, when deputies arrived, they discovered a man and a woman dead from apparent gunshot wounds in the kitchen.
According to the sheriff’s office, investigators found a firearm at the scene and concluded that the fatalities were the result of a murder-suicide.
It was confirmed by the Glendale Heights Police Department that Sergeant Michael Huff and his spouse, Jackie Huff, passed away. According to the police, Michael Huff killed Jackie before taking his own life.
“It is with profound sadness that the Village of Glendale Heights announces the passing of Glendale Heights Police Department Sergeant Michael Huff and his wife, Jackie Huff, in an apparent murder and suicide. The Village learned that Michael took his own life and the life of Jackie on Sunday evening, November 19, 2023 in an apparent murder and suicide in their family home in Homer Glen, Illinois. Michael served the Glendale Heights community for over 20 years and Jackie was a former Village of Glendale Heights employee,” Glendale police said in a statement.
“This loss has left a deep void within the Village of Glendale Heights. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Michael and Jackie, and we extend our sincerest condolences during this incredibly difficult time.”
“The Village of Glendale Heights and the Glendale Heights Police Department are working closely with the Will County Sheriff’s Office on this incident. We will continue to provide any information to the authorities that will help with the investigation of this tragic event. At this time, the Village of Glendale Heights and the Glendale Heights Police Department have no further comments on this matter.”