Saturday, May 3, 2014
A husband snooped through his wife’s cell phone one day and found messages she had sent through Facebook to another man. According to a police report, an argument ensued. He told the police that he left the house at 8 a.m. and took his child to school. Then he had to go to his office to get a spare set of keys to the truck his wife had the originals for. When he got home and entered the truck, he saw his wallet and two handguns were missing out of the center console, the report said.
He then learned he was locked out of the house.
He called police to have them present at the home because he said he did not feel safe.
The woman would not answer the door and there was no way to call her because the husband still had possession of her phone. According to the report, the husband logged into her Facebook account using her phone and saw that she was messaging her friends. In those messages, she told the friend she knew the cops were outside, but she was not going outside to speak with them. The supplemental report for this case was not available to learn how things ended.