NICHOL OLSEN AND HER DAUGHTERS, 16-YEAR-OLD ALEXA DENICE MONTEZ AND 10-YEAR-OLD LONDON SOPHIA

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Anaqua Springs UPDATE: Sheriff refuses to sign final report; 5 911 calls made night of shooting
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KABB FOX San Antonio

Anaqua Springs UPDATE: Sheriff refuses to sign final report; 5 911 calls made night of shooting

1/18/21 Nichol Olsen, Alexa Montez and London Bribiescas, a mother and her two young daughters full of life, but those lives were cut short two years ago in the upscale Anaqua Springs home they lived in with Olsen’s boyfriend, Charles Wheeler. According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, Wheeler admitted to arguing with Olsen on the night of Jan. 9, 2019. He said he left and stayed elsewhere. The next morning, Wheeler told deputies he found the three, shot to death in the house when he went back to check on them. They were on the second floor of the house. The medical examiner’s report says Olsen committed suicide and someone had murdered her two daughters. Investigators at the Sheriff’s Office sent their final report to the Sheriff, but two years later, this is not a done deal. “At the moment that I am satisfied with all questions and I close that case and I forward it as completed, in doing that, I'm also saying in essence that Nichol Olson murdered her two daughters,” said Sheriff Javier Salazar, Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. “And I'm sorry. I'm not ready to label Nichol Olson, as a murderer, a double murderer of her own children with what I have in hand.” Sheriff Javier Salazar is now refusing to sign the final report. Several sources close to the investigation told Fox San Antonio that Nichol Olsen’s phone records show the mother made five calls just after 11 p.m. on the night of the incident. The first call was made to Wheeler’s mother at 11:09 p.m., which we’re told was not answered. Then four separate calls were made to 911. The first call was at 11:10 pm, followed by two calls at 11:11 p.m. A final call was made at 11:12 pm. Three of the calls did not connect, but show up on Olsen’s phone record. Only one of the calls connected to the 911 system. "One of those calls actually went through and registered with you guys. Why, why didn't anyone respond to her?” Yami asked. “Well, and that was one of the questions that I had," said Sheriff Salazar. We took our information to the Sheriff. While he would not disclose what Olsen may or may not have said, he did explain why they couldn’t send someone to the Anaqua Springs home. "What we found was that while we did know that there was a disconnected call from that phone number. We don't know where that number is calling from, so all that we know is that we have a drop call from a cell phone number. Normal protocols is to call that number back, but if we don't know exactly where, where that phone is located, we don't know where to dispatch to,” said Sheriff Salazar. The system is supposed to give a GPS location, so why didn’t it? According to the Sheriff, 911 calls need a minimum amount of time, which he would not disclose, so the coordinates can be picked up for the location. “The way the system works is it just wasn't engaged long enough for us to be able to attach a GPS positioning to that call,” said Sheriff Salazar. As for the automatic call back to disconnected calls “There was a call back from our system to that phone, but my understanding is that it did not connect, either somebody who did not answer or it was not connected long enough,” said Sheriff Salazar. As of today, there are no suspects in the case, only persons of interest.
1/4/21 Anaqua Springs UPDATE: Paternity questions; Sheriff kicks case back to investigators
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KABB FOX San Antonio

1/4/21 Anaqua Springs UPDATE: Paternity questions; Sheriff kicks case back to investigators

But tonight, Fox San Antonio has just uncovered exclusive shocking new details as to what is now keeping the Sheriff’s Office from closing the case. Nichol Olsen and her daughters, 16-year-old Alexa Denice Montez and 10-year-old London Sophia Bribiescas, were found dead inside Olsen's boyfriend's home where they lived. Both of the girls’ fathers have been very outspoken about the case, but new details show that there was a question about one of the girl’s paternity. The night before Olsen and her girls were found dead in an upstairs hallway in a million-dollar Anaqua Springs home, Charlie Wheeler, Nichol Olsen's boyfriend, allegedly admitted to getting into an argument with Olsen, leaving the home and staying the night with a relative. When he returned the morning of the 10th, Wheeler found the bodies. Both of the girls' fathers have said in previous interviews that they don’t believe Olsen would have killed their daughters. Today, sources close to the investigation told Fox San Antonio that in the hours leading up to Olsen’s and the daughters’ deaths, the paternity of one of her daughters came into question in communications recovered by investigators. We asked the Sheriff’s Office for a comment. In a written statement, Sheriff Javier Salazar said, “After reviewing the case file in its entirety I decided to kick it back to investigators. There are too many unanswered questions in my opinion. Several questions with no documentation to support their answers. I am not satisfied with this as a final work product.”