BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Arizona authorities confirmed that, as of Friday, Sharalyn Stura’s had been charged with first-degree murder. The Arizona woman was found by traffic monitor officers on Thursday morning tied to the steering wheel. Police said that the suspect told them that she had been abducted by an armed individual.
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An Arizona Police spokesperson declared that Sharalyn Stura has recently been charged in the slaying of 66-year-old Jay Michael Freeman, her boyfriend.
According to the police report, on early Thursday morning, several officers from the Arizona Department of Public Safety discovered Stura’s car on the Interstate 17.
Apparently, the woman was found with her hands tied to the car’s steering wheel. Moreover, after the law enforcement officer freed Stura, the woman told them that she had been kidnapped by an unknown individual who held her at gunpoint throughout the car trip.
Furthermore, according to the ‘victim’s’ testimony, the armed suspect forced Stura to drive him to Rimrock.
On the way, she somehow managed to escape to the Interstate 17. This was when the authorities began to suspect that something might be off.
The first step they took to verify Stura’s claims was to check her ID address. Moreover, after searching Stura’s Arizona home, the investigators discovered the body of a 66-year-old man with a gunshot wound to the head.
The coroner identified the victim as Jay Michael Freeman, Stura’s live-in boyfriend.
On Friday, the authorities decided to charge the Arizona woman with first-degree murder. A police spokesperson declared that there had been other clues that pointed to Stura lying.
The homicide detectives are now trying to determine the Arizona woman’s motive for killing her 66-year-old boyfriend. Authorities said that they are going to pull up the woman’s criminal record to serve as evidence during her trial.
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