EL PASO, Texas - July 30 Update:
El Paso Police Crimes Against Persons investigators have identified the three people involved in the homicide investigation from July 29.
The woman who was killed has been identified as 35-year-old Annette Hernandez of the 7200 block of Dale. The man that was stabbed several times during the same incident but survived has been identified as 41-year-old Adrian Archuleta.
Investigators have identified Hernandez's estranged husband 38-year-old Charles Edward Morales of the 7800 block of Maverick as the person responsible for her death and the attempted murder of Archuleta.
Police say Morales was armed with a knife and was shot and killed by officers after confronting investigators and officers just before 7 a.m. July 29 at his residence.
Morales wrote in an Aug. 30, 2012 Facebook post that he was dying.
"… I went to my specialist on the 27th of August and he told me that I only had a couple of months to 2 yrs years because I have 3 tumors growing in the back of my head and they can't be removed so all I'm asking is to don't (feel) any pitty (sic) for or feel for either," Morales wrote. (Editor's Note: This is how it was posted on his page.)
July 29 Update: El Paso police have shot and killed a 38-year-old man they say was responsible for a 35-year-old woman's death and stabbing of a 41-year-old man.
The identities of the three people involved have not been released and neither has the officer's.
Police went to the home on Maverick to search for suspect in the woman's death. Police said thatas the officers approached the home the subject came out with knives and he was Tasered. When that did not work police then shot the man and he died on the scene.
Previous story: A woman is dead and a man in critical condition after two separate attacks in the Lower Valley early Monday morning.
El Paso Police are investigating the incidents that were just blocks apart. Investigators are not saying if the two attacks are related.
The investigation is currently at the 7200 block of Dale road where police have been since about 2 a.m. Monday.