Edwina Foster, 43, Bayou Body Count No. 140

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A 43-year-old woman was shot dead by a 67-year-old man who then killed himself, police say.

Houston police went to the Mainridge Apartments in the 2600 block of Westridge 12:45 p.m. Friday after residents complained of a foul odor.

After forcing their way into the apartment they discovered the two bodies.

Police say George Tyler Hudson shot Edwina Foster several times, killing her, and then shot himself.

Anyone with information on this case is urged to contact the HPD homicide division at 713-308-3600.

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