Woman Shot and Killed by Ex-father-in-law During Las Vegas Law Office Deposition Filed for Sole Custody Morning of Killing!

Woman Shot and Killed by Ex-father-in-law During Las Vegas Law Office Deposition Filed

The morning of the shooting, the wife who was slain by her ex-father-in-law during a deposition filed paperwork for sole custody of her children with the son of the accused killer.

During a deposition involving Ashley Prince’s ex-husband, Dennis Prince was standing in for his wife. According to reports, Joe Houston II, the father of Ashley Prince’s ex-husband, was defending his son Dylan Houston in court.

According to reports, Joe Houston II shot the Princes during his Monday morning deposition before taking his own life.

The process of elucidating the purported role of the Las Vegas lawyer began a few years ago with the divorce filings of Ashley Houston and Dylan Houston.

According to accusations filed against Dylan Houston in divorce documents that 8 News Now was able to access, he tested positive for alcohol and cocaine while he was the child’s legal guardian. Additionally, according to the documents, he would text Ashley Prince in an unpleasant manner.

According to records, Dylan Houston was detained by police in 2020 on suspicion of DUI; however, he subsequently entered a plea of careless driving.

Records indicated that Ashley Prince requested a protection order against Dylan Houston in 2022.

Joe Houston II, Dylan Houston’s father, represented his son in court.

Ashley filed for sole custody of her children and Dylan Houston’s on the morning of the shooting, according to the divorce court filing.

Following the shooting, an emergency order was approved on Monday, giving a member of Ashley Prince’s family custody of her and Dylan Houston’s children, according to court records.

Later in April is when this case’s next hearing is planned.

The 8 News Now Investigators were informed by friends that the Princes had welcomed a kid into the world. Dennis Prince discussed civil matters on 8 News Now on a regular basis.

A Prince Law Group spokeswoman stated on Monday night, “With deep sadness, we would like to thank everyone who has reached out to us with sincere messages of concern and sympathy over the tragic violence that occurred this morning in our offices.” “We kindly request that you honor the families’ right to privacy.”

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