Texas Mom missing, Abusive Husband charged for her Murder
September 20, 2018 | Brainwave Science
A Texas mom of six kids disappeared after leaving her condo on September 7 remains missing. She is presumed dead after her estranged and allegedly abusive husband was charged with her murder.
According to surveillance video, Jennifer Marie Sanchez, 39-year-old, was at a bar with husband Joey Sanchez,44, on September 7. Jennifer went missing after she told her son that she was stepping out for a walk, Houston police spokeswoman Jodi Silva told the media.
Joey was charged with domestic violence against Jennifer for an incident that occurred on Nov. 1, 2017. The victim’s family thought that Joey was trying to get her to drop the charges against him when they heard the missing report.
Jodi Silva stated that surveillance images from the bar indicate nothing unusual between the couple. It was clear that they walked out together, but surveillance doesn’t show whether she gets into a car with him or not. The evidence found from the developing investigation led the police toward homicide then toward the missing person. However, police haven’t revealed what led them to the conclusion of arresting Joey but it’s still an active investigation.
According to the court record, Joey is accused of killing his wife by unknown manner and means with the unknown object. Joey was previously convicted of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in June 1996 and ordered to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
According to City report, there were 7,139 registered sex offenders including Joey Sanchez living in Houston, Texas. Domestic violence cases have sharply increased in Texas in recent years. In Houston, local police received over 24,000 domestic violence cases this year. Most of this domestic violence turn into violent crimes like murder or mass shooting.
FBI crime data state that the violent crime rate is advancing at a faster rate than the nation. 1 in every 95 is the victim of a violent crime. Women between the ages of 20 to 39 represent over half of the total number of victims in domestic cases were murdered by their husband, ex-husband or boyfriend.
Jennifer Marie Sanchez case becomes a priority for Houston law enforcement as her body and murder weapon haven’t been discovered yet. They have charged her husband, but they lack vital evidence. Law enforcement agencies are searching nearby grounds and it is important to locate the body and the weapon used, and other vital evidence/ intelligence that only Joey Sanchez knows. When vital evidence is missing and current investigative tools such as an interrogation, polygraph or fingerprinting can’t provide efficient and precise intelligence then the whole case can fall apart. In such cases situation demands a need for law enforcement agencies to embrace a modern forensic technology that provides reliable, scientific and accurate intelligence and lead with over 99% accuracy.
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