Summary:

Paragraph three reads:  "Braucci told police a disagreement erupted Tuesday morning
      over who Shelly Lavoie had been calling on her cell phone. Shelly Lavoie
      told police that her husband, wheelchair bound from injuries suffered in a
      motor vehicle crash during his teenage years, had grown increasingly
      paranoid, and was taking anti-depressants."

SSRI Stories note:  The Physicians Desk Reference states that one of the side-effects of antidepressants, and this is not listed as rare, is "paranoia".
 

http://www.rep-am.com/articles/2009/11/26/news/local/451726.txt

Thursday, November 26, 2009 3:16 AM EST
      'Man accused of shooting wife 'snapped'
     BY BRIGITTE
      RUTHMAN
 REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN
     LITCHFIELD -- John Lavoie told a friend, "I shot
      Shelly, I snapped."

The 53-year-old handicapped man who held police
      at bay for nearly 10 hours Tuesday after shooting his wife in the thigh is
      now being held on $500,000 bond on first-degree assault
      charges.

 According to the warrant for his arrest, Lavoie, a native
      of Thomaston, told his friend Vincent Braucci Jr. during a late afternoon
      phone conversation Tuesday that he didn't mean to do it. Upset and
      remorseful, he still maintained his wife of 23 years was having an
      affair.

 Braucci told police a disagreement erupted Tuesday morning
      over who Shelly Lavoie had been calling on her cell phone. Shelly Lavoie
      told police that her husband, wheelchair bound from injuries suffered in a
      motor vehicle crash during his teenage years, had grown increasingly
      paranoid, and was taking anti-depressants.

 According to the warrant, at 10:25 a.m. Lavoie grabbed a long rifle or shotgun, slipped at
      least one round in the chamber, and went after his wife. The couple
      struggled — although he is unable to use his legs, Lavoie's upper body is
      strong from landscaping the house neighbors said he designed himself and
      maintains with some hired assistance.

Shelly Lavoie fled to the bathroom in the 16 East Litchfield Road South home where the couple have
      lived for six years. Her husband fired a bullet that entered her right
      thigh, and passed through into her left thigh where it became
      lodged.

Lavoie told his wife he was going to shoot her in the back,
      and in the ensuing struggle, Shelly Lavoie, 47, seized the gun and threw
      it out of reach, then fled through the garage to her car. She grabbed her
      cell phone and phoned her mother to tell her what was happening as she
      drove herself to Charlotte Hungerford Hospital.

Her mother phoned
      police, who were dispatched to the East Litchfield home and to the
      hospital to interview Shelly Lavoie. The injured woman told detectives her
      husband was depressed and had talked about suicide, claiming in recent
      months that she was cheating on him. She was transferred to Hartford
      Hospital, where her condition was unavailable Wednesday.

To read
      the complete story see Thursday's Republican-American or our electronic
      edition at:   http://republicanamerican.ct.newsmemory.com/"