Father waits for answers in Anaqua Springs investigation
It’s been one month since deputies began a homicide investigation at the Anaqua Springs Ranch subdivision in northwest Bexar County.
Nichol Olsen, 37, and her two daughters 16-year old Alexa Montez and 10-year old London Bribiescas were found shot to death inside a luxury home.
The Bexar County Medical Examiner ruled Montez’s and Bribiescas’s death as homicides while Olsen’s was ruled a suicide.
The past few weeks have been a battle for Carlos Montez. Some days are good, some days are bad.
“These last couple days have been a real struggle,” said Montez. “I’m constantly going back and forth between the pain of missing my child, the joy of knowing she's in a better place and the anger of not having answers yet.”
A month after Alexa's death, memories and tributes are continuing to come in from classmates and parents.
“I knew she had a good heart but to hear that she's doing these things and other people are telling these stories about her it just melts my heart,” said Montez.
Olsen's friends have disputed the ruling from the medical examiner claiming Nichol would never hurt her children. Montez agrees.
“The thought of Nichol even getting to a place in her life where she could've done something likethere's no way she was in a place in her life to have done it,” said Montez.
Montez hopes investigators are getting closer to uncovering answers.
“We're really nowhere closer to answers then we were from the day that this happened,” said Montez.