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Ricardo Quiñones, 38, is charged with murder in the shooting death of his ex-wife at their Georgetown, Texas home the day after Christmas. Police said they discovered the body of Lindsey Quinones, 31, at the home on Tuesday, January 3.
Her arrest affidavit stated that she had been shot in her face while she was chained to a bed. According to authorities, Quiñones allegedly broke into her wife’s home and killed her as her teenage daughter escaped through a bedroom window.
The officers claimed they were trying to reason with Quinones as they waited outside the home before hearing two shots and going inside. Quiñones escaped but was arrested in Columbus a few hours later.
According to a 911 report, Quinones’ 13-year-old daughter told police he was wearing black clothing and a ski mask and shining a flashlight in her face when she woke up Tuesday sleeping with her mother.
Despite putting on the mask, Quiñones’s daughter was able to identify him by his voice, according to the affidavit. He then allegedly dragged his wife out of bed. The woman allegedly told her daughter to “listen to her dad” as she told him that she should call the police.
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The age of Ricardo Quiñones is 38 years.
Ricardo Quiñones accused of murder his estranged wife Lindsey Quinones
The young woman claimed that she later saw her father tie her mother up with ropes and she also noticed that she had a declared knife in her pocket, according to the juror. Later, the young woman herself left the house through a bedroom window, where she was greeted by police officers who burst in after hearing two gunshots around 3 a.m., according to CBS Austin.
The affidavit says Quiñones threatened to stab her wife and hit her with a gun. At one point, Quiñones tried to cut the rope off Whitman’s legs, but accidentally cut his legs, resulting in him bleeding heavily.
After a state trooper alerted the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office to the possible murder suspect’s vehicle driving west on I-10, Quiñones was taken into custody “without incident” around 11 a.m. meter. in a parking lot in Columbus, the sheriff’s office reported on Facebook.
He allegedly told authorities “that it didn’t matter anymore, that he was going to go to prison anyway because he lost his mind that morning and the gun was in his truck,” according to KXAN. He recovered a weapon from the vehicle.
Quinones was being held at the Williamson County Jail Thursday with bail set at $1 million. The penalty for murder ranges from five to 99 years in prison.Read More….