Not just a bad headache
From the Palm Beach Post-
Deputies are investigating how a man who awoke at 4:30 a.m. with a headache suffered what doctors told him was a gunshot to the head, the sheriff said.The wife is the obvious suspect, but there are stray bullet stories in South Florida all the time. You don't want to jump to conclusion.
Michael Eugene Moylan, 45, thought he might have suffered an aneurysm and asked his wife whether she had elbowed him in his sleep, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara said.
His wife noticed blood on the pillow and drove him to Port St. Lucie Medical Center, Mascara said.
As doctors tended to Moylan, his wife left to drive home from the hospital, Mascara said.
At the home at 7219 Mystic Way in Port St. Lucie's gated, upscale PGA Village, deputies intercepted his wife, who told them she returned to see whether a bullet had come through the walls from outside the house and struck her husband, Mascara said.
Deputies' cursory look through the house turned up nothing out of the ordinary, the sheriff said.
At about 2:15 p.m., deputies served a search warrant on the home, said Mascara, who said he is awaiting the results.
Doctors ordered Moylan transferred to the trauma facility at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, where doctors are "attempting to stabilize some clotting," said Mascara. "They did not perform any surgery."
Moylan told a police officer that he and his wife were convicted felons and that there were no guns in the house, said Mascara, who said there were not yet any official suspects.
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