Victim of alleged murder-suicide was scheduled to earn graduate degree today, per UNK
BROKEN BOW, NE — New information is adding another tragic layer to the alleged murder-suicide in central Nebraska. University of Nebraska at Kearney officials say the victim was set to graduate today.
The Nebraska State Patrol says police found 45-year-old Angie Miller dead in her home in Broken Bow early this morning. Investigators identified her ex-husband, Ryan Miller, as the suspected killer. Authorities found him dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound hours later.
A UNK spokesperson says Miller was a graduate student majoring in elementary school counseling. She was set to graduate Friday at UNK with her Master of Science in Education degree. She already owned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from UNK and a Master of Arts in Education. Miller was working as a counselor at North Park Elementary School in Broken Bow.
UNK has made counselors available. Visit the counseling center in room 144 of the Memorial Student Affairs Building or call 308.865.8248.
The Nebraska State Patrol is asking anyone with information about the incident to reach out.