Anonymous ID: 8975b9 June 22, 2022, 12:45 p.m. No.16489948   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9954

Man slashed wife’s throat, held her hand while she died, Altamonte Springs police say

Xichen Yang, 21, faces 1st-degree murder charge

A man admitted to slashing his wife’s throat and then holding her hand while she died in a bathtub, according to Altamonte Springs police.

Police arrested Xichen Yang, 21, at his home on Ballard Street Tuesday. Seminole County Public Schools confirmed Yang is a 2019 graduate of Oviedo High School.

Officers said they received a call from a man who claimed he called his employee, Yang, and the worker said he had just killed his wife and was in the process of cleaning up the scene.

When police arrived at Goldelm at Charter Pointe Apartments, they got a key from the leasing office and entered Yang’s apartment, records show

Inside, officers said they found the victim — Nhu Quynh Pham — in the bathroom laying in a pool of blood with her throat slashed. Investigators said they also found disinfectant and rubber gloves used for cleaning.

When police questioned Yang, he admitted to slashing the woman’s throat, according to the arrest report. Yang said the woman began crawling away after the attack, so he placed her in the bathtub, records show.

Yang said he then put on his wife’s favorite music and held her hand for about 10 minutes as she died, according to police.

Officers said Yang told them he could have stopped short of killing his wife but that was “not how he was raised” and he always “goes all the way.”

Police questioned Yang’s employer who explained he had called the accused killer when the man failed to show up to work, according to the report.

The employer said Yang claimed he was upset with his wife because she had burned his passport, according to police. The employer began chastising Yang for not being responsible, and that is when Yang admitted to doing “unspeakable” things and had killed his wife, records show.

Yang faces charges of first-degree murder and tampering with evidence.

Anonymous ID: 8975b9 June 22, 2022, 12:48 p.m. No.16489957   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9972

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Anonymous ID: 8975b9 June 22, 2022, 12:55 p.m. No.16489993   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Sheriff Grady Judd is giving details about Operation Child Protector II, an undercover investigation focusing on those who prey upon children online. The Auburndale and Winter Haven Police Departments participated in this investigation, which resulted in 12 suspects arrested for a total of 49 felonies. Four of the suspects traveled to an undercover location to have sex with who they thought were 13 or 15 year old girls. The other 8 suspects had warrants for their arrests after grooming and sending sexually explicit content to who they thought were 13, 14, and 15 year old girls. They were arrested on Polk County warrants and booked into jails in Polk and other counties.

Anonymous ID: 8975b9 June 22, 2022, 1:23 p.m. No.16490109   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0341

White House says it's 'appalling' Russia won't rule out executing detained Americans who volunteered to fight for Ukraine

The White House says it is "appalling" Russia won't rule out applying the death penalty on two American citizens who are detained after volunteering to fight in Ukraine.

"We still are trying to learn more about these two individuals," said John Kirby, the coordinator for strategic communications at the National Security Council.

"It's appalling that a public official in Russia would even suggest the death penalty for two American citizens that were in Ukraine. And we're going to continue to try and learn what we can about this," he said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday the Geneva Convention the charter that sets out how soldiers and civilians are treated in wartime, including banning execution of prisoners of war does not apply to the two detained US citizens.