October 8th, 2021
Not long after arriving at the small, single-story house in Portsmouth he reportedly bought “sight unseen,” 84-year-old Albert Baglione was seen wandering the cul-de-sac where it was located. “He seemed a little off,” said Shane, who’s lived in the house next door for more than 25 years and asked to be identified only by his first name. “He just seemed out of it.” That was last Thursday. The next time Shane saw his new neighbor was the next afternoon, when he saw Baglione unloading his belongings from a U-Haul moving truck in the driveway of the Bolling Road house. A few hours later, Baglione was found dead inside. So was his real estate agent, 41-year-old Soren Arn-Oelschlegal of Norfolk. According to a news release issued by Portsmouth police, Baglione is believed to have killed Arn-Oelschlegal before turning the gun on himself. Police were called to the house in the Shea Farms community about 6 p.m. Friday. When they spoke to Baglione, he had a weapon in his hand and told the officers he’d killed his Realtor, according to a release. Baglione shut the door to his house and the officers heard a gunshot. When SWAT team members went in, they found Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegal dead.