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FBI Employee Killed Outside of His Home in Virginia; Suspect in Custody

By Steve Neavling

Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of an FBI police officer outside his home in Stafford County, Virginia on Monday morning.

Details were still unclear this morning but the Washington Post reports that a Prince George County man was charged with first-degree murder soon after the shooting.

The officer’s identity has not yet been disclosed.

It wasn’t clear what motivated the shooting and whether the victim’s job was a factor.

Second Mistrial Declared in Trial of Ex-FBI Agent Charged With Fatally Shooting Wife

By Allan Lengel

For the second time, a mistrial has been declared in the trial in Stafford County, Va., of former FBI special agent Arthur B. Gonzales who was charged with killing his wife, the Free-Lance Star reported.

Judge Sarah Deneke declared a mistrial Friday afternoon in Stafford Circuit Court after the jury had sent her a third note indicating they were hopelessly deadlocked.

Gonzales, 43, was charged in the shooting death in 2013 of his estranged wife, Julie Serna Gonzales, 42, who was shot four times in the chest

Gonzales claims he acted in self-defense after his wife came after him with a knife.

The prosecution said Friday it would go for a third trial.




FBI Agent Faces Trial After Shooting His Wife During an Alleged Confrontation

Steve Neavling

An FBI agent has found himself on the wrong side of the law.

A second-degree murder trial is scheduled for Arthur “Art” Bernard Gonzales to begin on Oct. 16, reports.

Gonzales, who has been working as a supervisory special agent-instructor at the bureau’s National Academy at Quantico, is accused of fatally shooting his estranged wife at their Stafford County home in Virginia during what he said was an argument.

Gonzales, 43, called 911 on April 19 and blamed the confrontation on his estranged wife, Julie Serna Gonzales, 42.

“My wife just attacked me with a knife and I had to shoot her,” he was recorded telling the Virginia 911 dispatcher. “She cut me on the arm.”