UPDATED 2:45 p.m., Wednesday
Chesterfield native Amy Freeman Burton, 37, and her daughter Ainsley Freeman, 13, were found shot to death in their San Francisco Bay Area home Monday evening. They had reportedly moved from the St. Louis area in December.
A spokesperson said both mother and daughter attended Parkway schools. Mother Amy Freeman Burton graduated from in 1993.
Daughter Ainsley Freeman attended in Ballwin "on and off from kindergarten through fifth grade."
According to the Pleasanton, CA Patch,
Police said he gave a full statement and is cooperating in the investigation.
Christopher Burton is Ainsley's stepfather.
According to Pleasanton, CA Patch,
Freeman Burton's husband said in a report that his wife was "paranoid" about her daughter's texting relationship with the 16-year-old boy.
Freeman Burton's mother, Linda Walp, lives in Chesterfield and said her daughter received death threats after police were notified about 13-year-old Ainsley communicating with that Kentucky teenager.
Walp tells Patch Walp said she spoke with her daughter on Monday, before the bodies were apparently found.
According to the report, Ainsley attended Fort Zumwalt South Middle School in O'Fallon before they moved out to California.
Police said they found two guns in the house, one near the bodies. Police said autopsies would prove whether the deaths were murder, or murder-suicide.
Burton, the husband, said they bought the guns in Arizona, where the couple met several years earlier.
Anyone with information that might assist detectives with their investigation should contact the in CA at 925-931-5100
*Pleasanton, CA Patch Editor Tanya Rose contributed to this report.