A two 18-year-old teenagers are the prime suspects in the murder of a Wisconsin doctor and her spouse
The bodies of two dead were discovered last week. They turned out to be 52-year-old Dr. Beth Potter and her husband, 57-year-old Robin Carre. A few days later, the police managed to detain suspects in the commission of the planned murder of the couple.
According to the main version of the investigators, the detained 18-year-old Ali'jah J. Larrue and his accomplice Khari Sanford had previously planned a double homicide of a university doctor and her husband.
“It’s an intense investigation of a serious crime,” police spokesman Marc Lovicott said. “There are lots of pieces to the puzzle. Using information from the community, we were able to put these two in custody — and we do believe these are the two primary suspects.”
To date, the authorities carefully hide all the details of the case. The method and motives for committing a crime are not yet available. It is only known that the bodies were found by a jogger who accidentally saw them in the UW Arboretum recreation area.
Police managed to find out that one of the suspects was in the same school as the daughter of a murdered couple.
"We believe that this was not a random act," authorities said in a statement. "It was calculated, cold-blooded and senseless — and we will continue to do all we can to bring justice to Robin and Beth, their family, and their loved ones."