Published: Wed, February 19, 2020
Global News | By Blake Casey

‘Back To The Future Part II’ Stuntwoman Killed In Colorado Shootout

‘Back To The Future Part II’ Stuntwoman Killed In Colorado Shootout

It appears that following her career including stunt work on more than 70 film and television projects over several decades including Back to the Future Part II and Lethal Weapon, Sanders was killed during a shootout where she allegedly aimed fire at her ex-husband, apparently over their children's college fund.

The Dayton Daily News, the paper from Sanders's home town, claimed the unknown male fired his ex-wife Sanders as well as her existing other half, Robert Reed Sanders, 56, after they supposedly trespassed on his residential property.

Duncan, at last shot dead his ex and her significant other, specialists state.

They traveled not less than six hours from their dwelling in North Carolina to confront the stuntwoman's ex-husband, Lindsey Duncan, and his wife Molly outdoors their dwelling in Yellow Springs, in keeping with stories.

An Ohio man who fatally shot his ex-wife and her husband indicated they ambushed him and his present spouse in the driveway of their luxurious residence and a shootout erupted. Cheryl Sander and Robert Lindsey Duncan got married in 1999 and divorced in 2009. Duncan said that one of the attackers - with a mask on the face put a gun to the head of his wife. "I thought it was an terrible bad dream", he said. "No matter occurred after that was intuition".

He said there were "two separate gun battles" with bullets flying inches away from his wife's head.

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"Her being alive immediately, I'll by no means be capable of clarify that", he stated. He has not been charged through the ongoing investigation, with the case at the moment listed as a justifiable murder, in keeping with the Dayton Day by day Information. "It seemed like 100 shots, and there were shells everywhere". "With two weapons? With a number of clips that have been loaded ... ski masks?" "We were caught off guard". "They said nothing, began firing at us", said Molly.

Greene County Coroner Kevin Sharrett said both Cheryl Sanders and Reed Sanders died from multiple gunshot wounds.

"The word "ambush" is exactly what it was", Molly said.

An assistant county prosecutor, Suzanne Schmidt, advised WDTN-TV that after the investigation is full, the case probably can be introduced to a grand jury to decide whether or not any prices are merited.

The website Women in Stunts shared the news of her death "with a broken heart", saying, "she was a dear friend and a wonderful person who often dealt with more in life than anyone should have to deal with".

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