A nanny in Florida whose physique was present in a wooded space in September was tortured earlier than she was finally killed, in line with stories.
Jennifer Fulford, fifty six, went lacking on Sept. 27 and was discovered lifeless days later when her physique was noticed by a police helicopter.
Fulford “was stabbed and suffocated earlier than being dumped within the woods,” the Orlando Sentinel reported, citing courtroom paperwork. Her wrists and ankles have been additionally reportedly sure.
She was final seen the morning of Sept. 27 leaving a dental workplace in Winter Park. Her husband, Robert, had posted on Fb that his spouse’s purse was discovered on the ground of a house the place she labored as a nanny, and she or he didn’t decide up her boss’s son from faculty, prompting concern.
Robert Fulford had detected a $300 withdrawal from their joint checking account that night time, which led to the arrest of fifty three-yr-previous Scott Edward Nelson, who was later caught on surveillance footage utilizing Fulford’s ATM card.
Nelson was arrested in connection to Fulford’s dying the day after her physique was discovered, and reportedly confessed to the homicide days later after he despatched a decide a letter which said: “Allegedly, I kidnapped/murdered a lady in Winter Park and have spoken to no regulation enforcement. Their [sic] are many issues they don’t know!”
“The person we suspect took her life, she in all probability would’ve completed something to assist him out, identical to she helped out different individuals,” Robert Fulford informed the Orlando Sentinel in October. “It’s simply so indescribable. … She was simply so vigorous.”
Police reportedly discovered Fulford’s automotive deserted in a public parking zone days after her physique was found. Within the truck was a blood-stained towel, a t-shirt and a watch, which Fulford was sporting the day she was murdered. The blood on the towel reportedly matched Fulford’s DNA.
Nelson was charged with homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, housebreaking, theft with a lethal weapons and hindering communication with regulation enforcement, based on the Sentinel.