The man accused of brutally murdering and dismembering his spouse in Massachusetts could have had a motive … inheriting a lot of cash.
Brian Walshe‘s spouse left a actual property portfolio value $2.8 million, and it is nearly sure prosecutors will weave this into their case in opposition to him.
Prosecutors say Walshe carried out Google searches on methods to acquire cash from individuals who have disappeared, typing into the search bar, “how lengthy for somebody to be lacking to inherit.” Walshe did this on the heels of Ana Walshe’s disappearance.
Ana was linked to eight properties in D.C., Maryland, and Massachusetts whereas she was a basic supervisor for Tishman Speyer, a business actual property agency.
Since 2018, Ana had bought 4 properties, however nonetheless owned one other 4 — valued at almost $3 million — on the time she vanished on New Year’s Day from her house in suburban Boston.
Walshe pled not responsible to expenses of homicide and improper dealing with and transport of human stays. He was arrested Jan. 8 after deceptive investigators and has been held with out bail ever since.
The Norfolk District Attorney says Walshe killed Ana round New Year’s and chopped up her physique earlier than disposing of it. Police recovered a bloody knife from the basement of their house.
Cops additionally found a hacksaw, hatchet, rugs and a COVID vaccine card with Ana’s identify on it inside a dumpster taken from Walshe’s mother’s house advanced.
What’s worse … Walshe allegedly scoured the Internet for info on learn how to eliminate a feminine physique that weighs 115 kilos.