A family friend in Alabama did tell KHOU 11 that the Sheats were always having marital problems and that Jason was doing everything he could to fix their issues."I don't think anyone at any time, at any place can ever tell me anything that will make any sense of this awful, awful tragedy," Hollis said.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office has responded to 14 calls for service at the residence since January of 2012.
It happened outside their home in the 6000 block of Remson Hollow Lane in the Katy area.
Detectives Monday said Christy Sheats called a family meeting Friday that also included her husband Jason, 45.
Neighbors remain shocked."I just heard a quarrel, a domestic dispute," said Sabeeh Siddiqui, who heard and saw the end of the fight Friday afternoon.
"I didn't want to get involved, but soon afterwards, I heard a gunshot, so I opened up the blinds, and I saw a police officer aiming his gun toward somebody and saying drop your weapon," Siddiqui said.
A Fulshear police officer shot and killed 42-year-old Christy Sheets Friday after she shot her two daughters, 22-year-old Taylor and 17-year-old Madison."She had a charm about her; apparently that was something that if she wanted to turn it on, she could turn it on and if turned the other way, it turned the other way."He says she worked as a receptionist, answering phone calls and booking appointments, not as a business manager as she posted on her Linked In page.Hollis says he didn't notice any warning signs but he did say she was separated from her husband and kids at the time.I would have used my special occasion Yankee Candles, but I didn’t want it to seem like I was trying too hard.I also, just for fun, placed a bible discreetly on the coffee table and by discreetly I mean it was on top on my In Style magazine, Diet Coke adjacent. Okay, so they were from a 57 cent Jiffy mix from Walmart, but hey I made something. I was like “bring it on sister.” Well, she brought it.