Sandra Louis Garner, 55, is facing murder charges after police investigating the death of her husband found that, before his murder, Garner searched “how to kill someone and not get caught.” The search does not appear to have offered in terms of compelling advice given the evidence unearthed by investigators.
Jon Garner was found shot to death on January 2nd in their home. Sandra Garner called 911 and claimed that she “was awakened by two gunshots and saw a masked male holding a gun and flashlight inside of her residence.” She insisted that the intruder promised not to harm her in return for $18,000 from a safe. He then allegedly told her to hide in the home while he fled.
The problem is that police quickly found a match for the murder weapon: .38-caliber pistol
wrapped in a paper towel inside two plastic bags in her Ford Mustang.
I am not sure what her computer search yielded, but the gun in the Ford is hardly a recommendation for web-inspired homicide.