Sandra Louise Garner nearly gets away with the perfect murder only to be foiled by her internet search history, ‘how to kill someone and not get caught.’
Sandra Louise Garner a 55 year old Maypearl, Texas wife suspected of having murdered her husband (and nearly having gotten away with it) can thank her internet browser history for failing an almost fool-proof plan of ‘how to kill someone and not get caught.’
Since arrested as a prime suspect in the shooting death of Jon Garner, her 52 year old husband, the Dallas Morning News reported police breakthrough coming when they searched the wife’s internet search history.
Yes- ‘how to kill someone and not get caught’ was blinking ‘I’m over here’ when cops had a ‘peek’ at Sandra Garner’s internet search history.
Come Wednesday, cops arrested the house wife, and charged her with murder, having now built a case of Garner shooting her husband at their home , 35 miles outside of Dallas on the evening of January 2.
During a press conference, Maypearl Police Chief Boyd Norton told of Garner’s victim being shot with a .38 caliber bullet. A second bullet was reportedly discovered in a pillowcase near his body in the master bedroom, reported the Waxahachie Daily Light.
Norton said 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 said the man vowed not to harm her, but had been holding a grudge against her husband over ‘work-related matters.’
Sandra Louise Garner undone:
During a second search 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 vehicle on Jan. 2 and police believe Garner moved it after the first search.
Investigators said the weapon was wrapped in a paper towel and two plastic bags.
An arrest warrant for Sandra Garner was issued after the Texas Department of Public Safety crime lab matched the gun to the bullet inside Jon Garner’s body.
Police later analyzed electronic devices in the home and discovered Sandra Garner’s online search.
Upon her arrest, the wife was being held at the Ellis County jail on $2 million bail.
Yet to be necessarily understood is why Garner wanted to kill her husband.
If convicted Sandra Garner likely faces the death penalty…