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A Texas lady suspected of sharpened and killing her husband reportedly ran an online hunt for “how to kill someone and not get caught,” the Dallas Morning News reported.
Police arrested Sandra Louis Garner about 35 miles outward of Dallas on Wednesday. She’s been charged with murder and could be authorised for the death penalty.
According to the publication, officers found Jon Garner passed on Jan. 2 inside the home he and his 55-year-old wife shared.
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He was shot with a .38-caliber bullet, Maypearl Police Chief Boyd Norton said. A second bullet was reportedly detected in a pillowcase nearby his physique in the master bedroom, the Waxahachie Daily Light.
Norton pronounced Garner called 911 that night, claiming she “was awakened by two gunshots and saw a masked male holding a gun and flashlight inside of her residence.”
She pronounced the man vowed not to mistreat her, but had been holding a hate against her husband over “work-related matters.”
Norton went on to exhibit that Sandra Garner pronounced she was forced to palm over $18,000 from a protected in the home to the assailant before retreating to a lavatory to count to 100 while he fled.
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During a second hunt of the home on Jan. 5., investigators found a .38-caliber Taurus pistol in a Ford Mustang parked outside. The gun reportedly wasn’t there when authorities searched the same car on Jan. 2 and police trust Garner changed it after the first search.
The arms was wrapped in a paper towel and two plastic bags, according to the Dallas Morning News.
An detain aver for Sandra Garner was released after the Texas Department of Public Safety crime lab matched the gun to the bullet inside Jon Garner’s body.
Police after analyzed electronic inclination in the home and detected Sandra Garner’s revelation online search.
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She’s being held at the Ellis County jail on $2 million bail.
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