•   
  •   
  •   

Crime Arizona woman killed husband then ran errands, prayed at church, police say

00:51  12 january  2018
00:51  12 january  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

Slain Colorado deputy served community 'with respect'

  Slain Colorado deputy served community 'with respect' With her two young daughters by her side, Gracie Parrish's voice trembled as she pledged to honor the memory of her husband, who was killed responding with other sheriff's deputies to a call on Sunday in a Denver, Colorado, suburb. "And I will raise these girls to love you," she said as she wept during a candlelight vigil for her husband, slain Douglas County sherriff's deputy Zackari Parrish. Parrish was shot and killed by Matthew Riehl, an Army reservist who suddenly opened fire on the deputies who were in his apartment responding to the call, authorities said.

An Arizona woman was arrested Tuesday after she fatally shot her husband in the head and then spent two days running errands around the Herbert said she then "panicked" and decided to drive to the town of Snowflake nearly 240 miles away where she stopped at a church and prayed , police

An Arizona woman was arrested on Jan. 9, after she confessed to the police for shooting and killing her husband Her husband then walked away and returned with a black bag known to contain a handgun. She stopped at a church at 3 a.m. on Jan. 7 to pray before returning home, police said .

a man smiling for the camera © Provided by Fox News

An Arizona woman was arrested Tuesday after she fatally shot her husband in the head and then spent two days running errands around the state, including praying at church, according to officials.

The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that Katherine Herbert, 57, walked into the sheriff's office on Tuesday and confessed she shot and killed her husband, 58-year-old James Herbert, in their home in Peeples Valley, about 95 miles northwest of Phoenix after an argument on Saturday.

Herbert told deputies her husband began arguing with her after she came home from work, and that her husband was being aggressive toward her, according to the sheriff's office.

Florida police kill man chasing, shooting at his wife

  Florida police kill man chasing, shooting at his wife Officers said they saw Gary Johns pursuing his wife, who had already suffered a chest wound, firing his pistol as he gave chaseEDGEWATER, Fla. - Florida police shot and killed a man who they say shot his wife and was chasing her while continuing to shoot at her, reports CBS affiliate WKMG. Gary Johns, 65, died in the New Year's Day altercation at his home in Edgewater, Florida.

An Arizona woman was arrested on Jan. 9, after she confessed to the police for shooting and killing her husband , according to a police statement. Herbert then spent the following two days cleaning the house and running errands . On the evening on Jan. 9, she called her daughter to tell her about

Officials said 57-year-old Katherine Herbert took several long drives before reporting the shooting, including a drive to a Snowflake church to pray . A Yavapai County woman was arrested on suspicion of fatally shooting her husband in the head on Jan. 6, then waiting three days to report it

The 57-year-old said she grabbed a loaded shotgun and pointed it at her husband while telling him to stop. Herbert then claimed her husband raised a handgun so she fired a shotgun, according to the sheriff's office.

Roseville police bust marijuana shop posing as a church

  Roseville police bust marijuana shop posing as a church The promoters called themselves the Temple of Healing and Meditation, but the operation has now been shut down by the Roseville police. “It came to our attention that we had a business that was pretending to be a church, selling marijuana to some of their new patrons,” Roseville police Capt. Marc Glynn said. The so-called church advertised online, and the activity surrounding the shop quickly made neighboring businesses very suspicious.“It was busy, nonstop,” said Zach Lee, who worked at a Christmas tree lot nearby. “The parking lot was full every minute of the day. We didn’t even think it was a church.

A 38-year-old Selma woman is behind bars after police say she shot and killed her estranged husband in Jackson said the couple had domestic issues in the past. He said Tuesday's argument possibly Regardless, it is a sad case and Selma PD joins the community in praying for both families."

– An Arizona woman was arrested Tuesday after she fatally shot her husband in the head and then spent two days running errands around the state, including praying at church , according to The sheriff’s office said Herbert then spent the follow day cleaning the home, and on Monday went out to

MICHIGAN MAN LIVED WITH GIRLFRIEND'S CORPSE FOR A MONTH, HID SMELL WITH CANDLES, POLICE SAY

Herbert said she then "panicked" and decided to drive to the town of Snowflake nearly 240 miles away where she stopped at a church and prayed, police said.

The sheriff's office said Herbert then spent the follow day cleaning the home, and on Monday went out to run errands before telling the couple's daughter about the fatal shooting.

Her daughter then took her to the sheriff's office on Tuesday to report the shooting, according to police. The 57-year-old has been booked on one charge of first-degree murder and is currently at a local jail.

Rich Rodriguez accuser files new $8.5 million claim against Arizona .
The woman who claims Rich Rodriguez sexually harassed her when she worked as his assistant at Arizona has filed a new $8.5 million claim against the university. Melissa Wilhelmsen, who filed a $7.5 million sexual harassment claim against Rodriguez last month, filed an additional claim on Friday with the Arizona Board of Regents. According to Caitlin Schmidt of the Arizona Daily Star, the documents state that Wilhelmson and her husband have accused Rodriguez of slander, defamation and false light, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress in the wake of his firing as the head football coach at Arizona.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!