this is a strange one... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ead-home-Avila-Tampa-Bay-gated-community.html Hector Rivera, 76, and Debra Rivera, 55, who lived in the exclusive Avila community in Tampa Bay, Florida, were found dead after 8pm in an apparent double homicide. A deputy said he responded to calls that shots were fired at the home and when he went to investigate he found the body of Dr Rivera in his front yard and the body of his wife inside. According to the Times, to enter Avila, residents must have a bar code on their vehicles, and any visitors must pass through security checks. The subdivision is surrounded by six-to-seven-foot walls and multiple surveillance cameras. http://www.wtsp.com/news/article/23...a-Rivera-not-random-killer-still-on-the-loose Investigators say it does not appear anything was taken from the home. The sheriff's office is conducting an extensive investigation of what Sheriff David Gee called a "complicated crime scene." Detectives are searching the 11,000 square foot home, along with a foot search of the neighborhood. The dive team is also searching the area ponds and lakes for any evidence. Debbie Carter, spokeswoman for HCSO, says they do not believe the murders were random.