A beloved Virginia realtor died after one among his purchasers shot him as a result of he was sad together with his new dwelling.
On Friday night, the stunning ordeal unfolded when 84-year-old Albert Baglione phoned 911 and mentioned, “I shot my realtor.” Portsmouth Police responded to the residence on Bolling Highway, the place they discovered Baglione armed. He informed police he’d killed 41-year-old Søren Arn-Oelschlegel. The aged man then went again into the house, and moments later, officers heard a single gunshot. Upon coming into the home, they found each males useless.
A neighbor informed police that Baglione bought the house whereas in Alabama with out seeing it and was sad with it as soon as he arrived in Virginia. Arn-Oelschlegel, an actual property agent for Lengthy & Foster, had by no means met Baglione however went to the house to see how he might assist his out-of-state shopper really feel extra snug together with his buy. The neighbor mentioned the person had simply moved into the home the day prior.
Arn-Oelschlegel was beloved inside the group for his volunteer work with the LGBTQ nonprofit Hampton Roads Satisfaction. He labored with the group for over ten years. On Tuesday, they held a candlelight vigil for him in Norfolk.
“The LGBTQ community of Hampton Roads has lost a vibrant person who’s hard to replace,” mentioned Hampton Roads Satisfaction president Rudy Almanzor.