Husband and Wife have one child together, Son.
In 1997, Husband, a police officer at the time, allegedly shot Wife in the hand while they were arguing.
In 2001, Wife obtained an injunction for protection against domestic violence, or order of protection, against Husband. Wife alleged that Husband dragged her by her legs, down stairs and out of a house, while threatening to kill her.
Wife dismissed her case a few weeks later.
Recently, Husband and Wife were in the process of divorcing.
Wife went missing.
Police found Wife’s body in the trunk of her car. On the day they had a hearing in divorce court. She had been shot to death.
Wife’s Sister has Son with her.
Sister and Son are reportedly terrified of Husband, with Son believing that Husband murdered Wife.
At the suggestion of police, Sister seeks an emergency injunction for protection against domestic violence, or order of protection, against Husband for the protection of Son and his half-siblings and Sister’s entire family.
Husband has not been named as a suspect at this time.
Husband’s whereabouts are unknown.