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Coach, instructor and her husband found dead

(Information in the following story is from: Houston Chronicle)

HOUSTON (AP) - The head football coach at George Ranch High School, a female educator and her estranged husband were all found shot to death at a Rosenberg hotel.

Police were investigating. They declined to discuss motives but said they don't suspect anyone else was involved.

The three were found shortly before 5 p.m. Friday at the Regency Inn.

The Houston Chronicle identified the dead as 39-year-old Trevor L. White of Katy, head football coach and athletic coordinator at the school; and Destiny A. Pickett, 39, of Richmond, an instructional coordinator. Her estranged husband Clifford Pickett, 50, also was found at the scene along with a handgun.

Court documents show Pickett filed for divorce Feb. 8 and sought a temporary restraining order against her husband.

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