Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

"How To Kill Someone" Internet Search Helps Police Arrest Texas Wife

According to the Waxahachie Daily Light, police say 55-year-old Sandra Louise Garner looked up "how to kill someone and not get caught" on an internet-connected device shortly before her husband, 42-year-old Jon Garner, was found dead in the couple's home on January 2.

According to the report, Garner called 911 to report her husband had been shot by a masked man with a pistol who had invaded their Maypearl, Texas home on January 2.

After the initial police search, a second investigation of the premises was carried out and a pistol matching the caliber of the bullet used in the murder was found in a vehicle at the residence.

Police arrested Sandra Louis Garner about 35 miles outside of Dallas on Wednesday.

When police arrived they found 42-year old Jon Garner had been shot dead.

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Sandra Garner called 911 to report that "she was awakened that night by two gunshots and saw a masked male holding a gun and flashlight inside her residence".

The woman said she was forced to open a home safe, give the man about $18,000, and then go into a bathroom and count to 100. That discovery led to them seizing the devices, where they uncovered Sandra Garner's nefarious search history. Inside a auto parked investigators found a.38 caliber handgun inside two plastic bags and wrapped in a paper towel.

"It was apparent this firearm was moved to the vehicle after the initial search", Norton told the Waxahachie Daily Light. A search of the devices found Garner had used an internet search engine to find results for "how to kill someone and not get caught". The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports she was jailed with bond set at $2 million. Maypearl Police Chief Boyd Norton said that the autopsy revealed that John Garner was killed with a.38 caliber bullet.

A funeral for Jon Garner, who worked as a general manager for DHL Express and We Pack, will be held on Saturday in Waxahachie.

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