Theresa Gail Robbins, 48, from Dallas was arrested Wednesday after shooting her co-worker to death at a Carrollton pest control business, Robbins, was taken into custody without incident after pulling out a handgun and shooting Greg Brasch, of McKinney, once in the chest at Bizzy Bee pest control. Brasch was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to Carrollton police.
After the shooting, Robbins walked into another co-worker's office, sat down, and waited for police to arrive, according to Carrollton police Officer Dustin Bartram. She was taken into custody without incident.
Robbins told an officer arriving on the scene that Brasch was “her closest friend.” She said she “got signs from God” who told her to “distribute the world order information,” according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
This is a wrongful death in the most drastic form. My heart goes out to the Brasch family and friends who are confused and in shock. I believe that this was not a “sign from God,” more so insanity. Everyone has a bad day, but there is no excuse to kill anyone.
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