Olsen’s boyfriend now a “person of interest” in Anaqua Springs murder-suicide


UPDATE: Authorities stated that Nichol Olsen’s boyfriend has been named as a “person of interest” in the case but is not a suspect.

The boyfriend has been identified as Charlie Wheeler, age 31. He reportedly is cooperating with police and has submitted tests to examine his hands for gunshot residue.

“He’s been cooperative with us knowing full well that under the circumstances he’s a person of interest,” said Bexas CountySheriff Salazar. “We’re not calling anybody a suspect at this point.”

San Antonio Express said that Wheeler’s attorney, Mark Stevens, stated, “What we would ask is that people not jump to conclusions, that they not demonize this young man who does not deserve it, that they let the professionals do their jobs and complete this investigation and respect the privacy of presumptively innocent people and of Charlie Wheeler, who did not commit a crime here.”

The sheriff’s office is awaiting the findings of the medical examiner in hopes that some questions about this case will be answered.

UPDATE (01/15/2019)- The 10-year-old victim involved in the murder-suicide in Boerne has been identified by family members as Nichol Olsen’s daughter, London Sophia Bribiescas.

A positive identification has not been made yet. The incident is still under investigation.

UPDATE (01/14/2019) – In a press conference Monday morning, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said the medical examiner has ruled Nichol Olsen’s death a suicide.

The two teenage girls, 10 and 16, have both been ruled a homicide, according to BCSO.

Salazar said that this case is still being investigated thoroughly as a homicide.

We will update you when more information is released.

UPDATE (01/13/2019)- The father of one of the victims of the homicide that occurred near Boerne on January 10 as his daughter.

Carlos Montez said that his 16-year-old daughter Alexa Montez was among the dead at the murder in the Anaqua Springs Ranch neighborhood.

It was said that Alexa was a sophomore at Clark High School, where she was a cheerleader as well.

Montez was also the daughter of the woman found dead at the scene, identified by her family as Nichol Olsen.

The other victim was a 10-year-old but the identity of the child was not released.

UPDATE (01/11/2019)- Although it hasn’t been confirmed by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, a relative of the slain victims in the Boerne area homicide gave the name of the deceased adult as Nichol Olsen.

Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar told San Antonio Express-News that the two teenage girls appeared to be the victims of a homicide. It is undetermined, at this time, if the woman victim, believed to be in her 30s, died from homicide or a suicide.

Salazar added, “The medical examiner will make that final determination.”

San Antonio Express-News reported that the residence of the deaths, in the 11300 block of Anaqua Springs, is owned by the man who found the bodies of the deceased. He is said to have purchased the home last year.

Sheriff Salazar told the media that the man stayed somewhere else on Wednesday night but additional information couldn’t be released.

The man and the adult victim were romantically involved, confirmed Salazar. Detectives interviewed the individual on Thursday.

Salazar said that it’s still too early in the investigation to determine who is a suspect and who is a victim.

All three victims where said to be shot several times in the upper chest.

Police are still looking for witnesses and surveillance footage of the incident and are asking the public to contact them with any information by calling 210-335-6000.

BOERNE, Texas (TexasBreaking.com) – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating an apparent homicide that occurred overnight at a home just outside of Boerne, involving two teens and an adult female.

According to KENS 5, “ Deputies responded to the home on Anaqua Springs Road, near Highway 46 and Highway 87, around 9:00 a.m. Thursday morning.”

“Investigators say a man who lives at the house came home Thursday morning and found a woman in her 30’s and two teenage girls with gunshot wounds. There were apparently no reports of gunshots heard overnight.”

The two teens appear to be victims of a murder, according to Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar. The cause of the death of the adult woman is still unknown.

BCSO is asking anyone with information or surveillance footage in the area to please submit it.

This is a developing story. This link will be updated as details emerge.