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CHILLING footage has led to a former teacher’s arrest after she “poisoned her boyfriend’s coffee shakes” with antifreeze.
Authorities allege 64-year-old Judy Church, of Salisbury, poisoned her boyfriend with ethylene glycol, a compound commonly found in antifreeze, deicing fluid, ink and hydraulic brake fluid.
Church, of Salisbury, Massachusettes, appeared in court on Friday after allegedly poisoning 55-year-old Leroy Fowler, with ethylene glycol, WCVB Boston reports
Ethylene glycol is an odorless organic compound that is found in anti-freeze, hydraulic brake fluids, ballpoint pens, paints, and cosmetics.
Church was arrested on suspicion of poisoning and charged with Fowler’s murder, as per Lerothe Essex District Attorney’s Office.
She claimed in a 911 call on November 11 that her boyfriend “must have ingested something.”
When EMS arrived on the scene, Fowler was discovered to be in medical distress
Church eventually told dispatchers that Fowler had been pulling the bedroom apart and had a bloody nose
Fowler was taken to Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport before going to Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge and ultimately ending up at Beth Israel Hospital with damaged kidneys, where he died on November 13.
According to Fowler’s son, who spoke to WXVB, his dad would go “back and forth between two women.
And Fowler’s stepson, Michael Hawkins, said that he suspected Church was poisoning him, according to documents.
At the time, police stated in their report: “Leroy didn’t drink alcohol and was known to like red Powerade, Pepsi and a coffee shake that Judy made for him frequently.”
Investigators said surveillance footage revealed unidentified containers were discovered around Church’s apartment, the New York Post reports.
When authorities searched Church’s home, police said they discovered a bottle of orange deicing fluid in the kitchen and a bottle of fruit punch Powerade .
Orange remnants of something were eventually found in Church’s trash and police found a photo on the woman’s phone of a glass filled with something orange in a cup holder alongside where Fowler would sleep.
Church is set to appear in court for a probable cause hearing on January 23.
Chilling clue leads to teacher’s arrest after she ‘poisoned boyfriend’s shakes’
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