A Wisconsin doctor had an underlying health condition and was worried about coronavirus, so she and her husband moved their daughter and her boyfriend to a separate residence for which the parents paid, prosecutors said Tuesday in court documents.
Then in late March the boyfriend allegedly shot both parents in the head in an apparent robbery and left them for dead in a ditch, according to the filing.
Wait for it… Get your magic 8 ball ready.
“This was a brutal execution,” Dane County assistant district attorney William Brown said, according to the Wisconsin State Journal of Madison.
The boyfriend, identified as Khari Sanford, 18, was charged with two counts of party to the crime of first-degree intentional homicide, use of a dangerous weapon. The second suspect, Ali’jah Larrue, 18, was charged as an accomplice, facing two counts of party to the crime of first-degree intentional homicide.
Potter was wearing pajamas and socks, while Carre was wearing only underwear, authorities said.
Investigators believe Sanford and Larrue planned to rob the parents after learning from the daughter that the couple was wealthy, The Associated Press reported.
Khari Sanford, left, and Ali’jah Larrue face charges in connection with the shooting deaths of a Wisconsin doctor and her husband, authorities say. (Dane County Sheriff’s Office)
The daughter told police Sanford was with her the night Sanford allegedly took the couple to the arboretum but investigators say text messages retrieved from her phone contradicted her story, the State Journal reported.
Sounds like a wonderful daughter.
It was unclear whether the daughter was facing charges in connection with the case.