Retired Army Soldier Andrea Floyd Killed by Army Husband Brandon Floyd in Murder-Suicide at Fort Bragg (2002)

Andrea Floyd, US Army (2002)

Andrea Floyd, US Army Retired

Andrea Floyd was a retired Army soldier and the spouse of Brandon Floyd, US Army, stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Brandon shot Andrea then turned his gun on himself on July 19, 2002. The murder was the fourth domestic incident at Fort Bragg in a short time frame.

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Vietnam Veteran Drexelle McBride Shot to Death in Vehicle; Alisha Disotell Convicted of Manslaughter, Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison (July 15, 2002)

Investigation Discovery:

ID Go: Friends discover the lifeless body of good-natured Vietnam vet Drexelle McBride in the driver’s seat of his white van. Leads are scarce, until Detective Rod Demery charts the victim’s final hours, and learns of a chance meeting gone terribly awry. -Looking for Love, Murder Chose Me (S1, E4)

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Drexelle McBride murder 7/15/2002 Shreveport, LA *Alisha J. Disotell pled guilty to manslaughter, sentenced to 30 years hard labor in prison*

Looking for Love | Murder Chose Me | Investigation Discovery (S1, E4)
Looking for Love | Murder Chose Me | Investigation Discovery UK