Cary’s wife said she heard him shoot himself in the chest with a .380.
She urgently proceeds to call 911. But the gun shot wound proves fatal.
But did Cary pull the trigger?
Cary’s sister and mom say, No.
In fact, they point the finger at Cary’s wife’s own adult sons.
His wife had two sons from a previous marriage, and both of them allegedly did not get along with Cary.
Police in the past were called to his residence because of altercations with the duo.
And according to Cary’s sister, her brother feared for his life. So much so, that he slept with a gun under his pillow.
There’s motive for murder, Cary’s sister says.
Then there’s the investigation into Cary’s death, which many have called downright shoddy police work.
One independent forensic analyst — a Louisville police investigator himself — took a look at the evidence and couldn’t believe the official report, claiming that there are a myriad unanswered questions.
If Carey Owsley shot himself in the chest and the bullet has a downward trajectory, how does the bullet end up in the wall above him?
Was the bullet found in the wall 18 inches higher than the rocking chair Carey was sitting on during this “suicide” even matched with the .380 round that killed him?
Did Carey have gunshot residue on his hand?
Why was Carey’s wife’s ex-husband, himself a sheriff’s deputy, at the death scene collecting evidence?
Why was that same ex-husband, per his own report, destroying evidence and watching other people in the house destroy evidence?
Cary’s family cries foul.
They say that he was murdered, and a coverup ensued.
So we go searching for answers, including reaching out to Cary’s wife to get her side of the story.
But she’s not thrilled to see our cameras.