Girl Searched 'the Best Way To Kill Somebody' Earlier Than Taking Pictures Husband

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A Texas girl suspected of taking pictures and killing her husband reportedly ran a web based seek for “the best way to kill somebody and never get caught,” the Dallas Morning Information reported.

Police arrested Sandra Louis Garner about 35 miles outdoors of Dallas on Wednesday. She’s been charged with homicide and could possibly be eligible for the loss of life penalty.

In line with the publication, officers discovered Jon Garner useless on Jan. 2 inside the house he and his 55-year-old spouse shared.

He was shot with a .38-caliber bullet, Maypearl Police Chief Boyd Norton stated. A second bullet was reportedly found in a pillowcase close to his physique in the main bedroom, the Waxahachie Every day Gentle.

Norton stated Garner known as 911 that evening, claiming she “was woke up by two gunshots and noticed a masked male holding a gun and flashlight inside her residence.”

She stated the person vowed to not hurt her, however had been holding a grudge towards her husband over “work-related issues.”

Norton went on to disclose that Sandra Garner stated she was compelled handy over $18,000 from a secure within the dwelling to the assailant earlier than retreating to a toilet to rely to 100 whereas he fled.

Throughout a second search of the house on Jan. 5., investigators discovered a .38-caliber Taurus pistol in a Ford Mustang parked outdoors. The gun reportedly wasn’t there when authorities searched the identical car on Jan. 2 and police consider Garner moved it after the primary search.

The weapon was wrapped in a paper towel and two plastic baggage, in line with the Dallas Morning Information.

An arrest warrant for Sandra Garner was issued after the Texas Division of Public Security crime lab matched the gun to the bullet inside Jon Garner’s physique.

Police later analyzed digital units within the dwelling and found Sandra Garner’s telling on-line search.

She’s being held on the Ellis County jail on $2 million bail.