Yesterday morning, police found the bodies of two women inside a home on 38th Avenue in Astoria, Queens. Olga Annarumma and her 25-year-old daughter, Valeria Kuzmina Lowery, were shot and police arrested Annarumma's estranged husband Guerino Annarumma. Lowery died from her injuries while her mother is in critical condition. The suspect wrote on a blog ranting at his wife, "You are going to pay for whatever you did. I dont [sic] play no games. Good Luck, Bye Bye Bye."

The shooting occurred just before 9 a.m., and Guerino Annarumma was arrested a mile away, but no gun was found. A witness described the handcuffed Annarumma, "He was quiet, but he looked like a psycho. He looked bugged out." He and his wife were married five years ago, but separated in 2009. Neighbors told WPIX 11 that Olga Annarumma had restraining orders on her husband, but he ignored them, "He always used to hit her... [He] choked her in the middle of the street. It was very public. He was very abusive to her," while another said, "He's a psychotic stalker. He comes by every day for the past two years. [The police] should've done something two years ago."

According to the Daily News, the latest order of protection expired in March, but neighbors say the blog's aggressive tone should have been reason for the authorities to extend them. In one post, the suspect said of his stepdaughter, "You created this problem between me and your mother. I always wanted to do good by you, but you never cared about me. Your mother says that I don't love you, but I will always love you."

WPIX says that "Olga Annarumma was shot once in the head, and that the bullet entered her skull near her right temple, and exited near her left temple" while "Valeria Kuzmina was shot four times in various locations above her legs."