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A 34-year-old father in Oklahoma was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly killed his estranged wife inside their home and then kidnapped their 5-year-old son. Chase Ainsworth was arrested Friday night and charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of child theft for the murder of 31-year-old Samantha Ainsworth, authorities confirmed to Law & Crime.
According to a news release from the Oklahoma City Police Department, OCPD officers just before 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 29, he responded to a 911 call regarding a domestic disturbance at a home located in the 10000 block of S. Land Avenue, in the area of SW 104th Street and S. May Avenue. Upon reaching the address, first responders entered the home and found an adult victim inside. She was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
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Authorities said Samantha Ainsworth also had a 7-year-old daughter who was in the home at the time of the alleged murder and kidnapping. “Around 2:50 this afternoon, a neighbor went to the house to pick up the seven-year-old boy to play and found that the mother was injured inside and the 7-year-old boy was there, the five-year-old boy was he had gone,” OKCPD Capt. Michelle Henderson said in a Saturday news conference reported by Oklahoma City Fox affiliate KOKH-TV. “Obviously, the 7-year-old was very upset; the neighbors who discovered this were very upset. We are only working with information that is very traumatic for everyone involved in these types of situations.”
Investigators quickly identified the prime murder suspect as Ainsworth, the victim’s estranged spouse. It also emerged that Ainsworth had “fled the scene in a vehicle with one of his young children”, later identified as Simon Ainsworth. Authorities immediately issued an amber alert for Simon and a search for Ainsworth’s black 2012 Kia Soul was launched.
Authorities have not released the cause of death for Samantha Ainsworth, but the Oklahoma Highway Patrol issued an “endangered missing notice” saying Ainsworth “may be armed with a knife.” The notice also said that Ainsworth was “known to use drugs.” About an hour after the alert was issued, investigators were able to locate Ainsworth and the boy barricaded inside a home located in the 12000 block of Chisholm Road, police said. Officers entered the house where they found Simon safe and took Ainsworth into custody.
“We could see the kid was in the window, so we teamed up to go get the kid and no one was hurt,” Capt. Henderson told Oklahoma City NBC affiliate KFOR-TV, adding that he was “the best of cases it ends in a horrible situation.” Ainsworth was booked into the Cleveland County Jail, where he is being held without bond.Read More….