Paragraph seven reads: “At the time of Sarah’s death, Prof. Canvin had recently had a heart operation, and was taking medication for depression.”
Paragraphs 3 & 4 read: “”He said he wished he’d never been born,” said May, adding her son had been on antidepressants and medication for ADHD.”
Paragraphs 3 & 4 read: “According to St. Charles Police Detective Robert Bobinski, who interviewed the physician, the 58-year-old Whitten, whom he said the doctor had described as usually bright and happy and easygoing, reportedly told him she was ‘feeling like she can’t get out of a hole.'”
“In addition to prescribing an antidepressant, the doctor recommended that Whitten seek help from her church community, Bobinski testified.”
In the second URL [following the Chicago Tribune story}, it states that the physician had given the mother Zoloft.
Paragraph nine reads: “Larsen told Smails he was under mounting stress in the time months leading up to the attack. He had to miss a lot of work as an air traffic control, some of it unpaid, because he was taking an anti-depressant, according to court records.
Paragraph 19 reads: “He said Rowan suffered from clinical depression and had a psychotic episode at the time of the murder. He had fallen into a deep depression after the January death of a baby in his unit at Olympic General Hospital, for which another doctor will face trial on charges of second-degree murder, Allen said.”
“Rowan had no previous history of violence, adored his wife and had no problems in the marriage, and was far too smart to plot such a clumsy killing, Allen said.”
Paragraphs 2 & 3 read: “William K. Handley, 27, is charged with murder and armed criminal action in the fatal shooting of his brother, Kenny W. Handley, 35, on Jan. 5. “
Paragraphs 3 & 4 read: “Police said Perryman fired a 16-gauge shotgun through a bedroom door of their residence, and the blast struck her husband in the neck. She allegedly & told police she shot her husband because he wouldn’t get her a beer.”