Unlike Barnes' story, where signs of abuse were present during the relationship, the story of Kelsey Annese, or at least what is known of it, was seemingly different.While Barnes had feared for her life at points throughout her relationship, friends of Annese said the more than three years that she spent dating Kingston seemed nothing short of healthy.Matthew Hutchinson was one of three people in their early 20s were found dead Sunday morning in an off-campus home near the SUNY Geneseo campus.A photo of Matthew Hutchinson appears on a christmas card he was given by members of the Geneseo Fire Department where he served as a volunteer firefighter.
There’s a bunch of theories about why he went to the house that night.
According to police, Kingston, who had a three-year relationship with Annese , brought a "large knife" to the home and confronted Annese and Hutchinson. Colin Kingston then turned the knife on himself suffering fatal self inflicted stab wounds.
Matthew Hutchinson's gear at the Geneseo Fire Department where he served as a volunteer firefighter.
According to Will Averill, a community engagement specialist who works with dating violence survivors, there are separate classifications of abusers: entitlement and survival abusers.
Entitlement abusers are people who like to maintain a good face in the community that they're operating in, so once there's a hint of light shed on the abuse, they are unlikely to continue their pursuit.