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Couple Found Dead In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Spring Valley Lake ID’d

VICTORVILLE, CALIF. (VVNG.com) – New developments have emerged in the Spring Valley Lake investigation as authorities confirm the incident on Vista Point Drive as a case of murder-suicide involving a local couple.

It began with a report on February 22 when the family of 40-year-old Claudia Carmen Urgiles reached out to Sheriff’s Dispatch reporting her as missing.

Mrs. Urgiles had not been responding to phone calls, which prompted her worried relatives to contact authorities.

In a standard response to such reports, deputies from the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station initiated a missing person investigation.

Two days later, deputies executed a search warrant at the property located on the 17900 Block of Vista Point Drive, in Spring Valley Lake, where Claudia shared with her husband, 45-year-old Luis Fernando Urgiles.

The couple was found deceased inside their home, both having suffered gunshot wounds.

Investigators from the Homicide Detail arrived at the scene to take over the investigation. Preliminary findings suggest Luis Urgiles took the life of his wife Claudia before turning the gun on himself.

As of now, the investigation remains active, and authorities continue to piece together the events leading up to this tragedy.

No additional details have been released as the case is ongoing.

Detective Antonio Alcala from the Specialized Investigations Division is the lead investigator on this case.

Members of the public with any relevant information are urged to come forward and assist in the ongoing investigation. He can be reached at (909) 890-4904.

Should individuals wish to share tips anonymously, We-Tip is accessible at 800-78CRIME or via their website at www.wetip.com.

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, it’s important to seek help immediately. Below is the contact information for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Remember, you are not alone, and help is available 24/7.


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