Disturbing particulars have been launched a few Pennsylvania man accused of stalking his estranged spouse earlier than his foiled alleged try and kidnap, rape and homicide her on Sunday.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office mentioned Geoffrey Kay-Conway Sr., 52, stabbed his soon-to-be ex-wife within the leg a number of occasions round 10:45 a.m. within the car parking zone of a King of Prussia Walmart.
Upper Merion Township police responded to a home assault in progress and located the sufferer within the car parking zone after she managed to flee her automotive. The suspect was present in a close-by car parking zone with “a large metal pick” protruding of his sweatshirt pocket and black zip ties within the form of handcuffs, in accordance with officers.
Officers discovered different disturbing gadgets contained in the suspect’s pickup truck, together with a number of “piercing tools,” a blindfold, duct tape, knives, pliers and different instruments. One piercing device had the sufferer’s title written on it, the district legal professional’s workplace mentioned.
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A courtroom order issued after the suspect’s stalking arrest on Oct. 31 and a two-page word in a sealed manila envelope have been additionally discovered within the car. Kay-Conway had been launched on $5,000 unsecured bail following that arrest.
Authorities mentioned the courtroom order had a word scribbled on the backside, studying: “I Have 1.5 months to Kill that B—-. Could have Killed her 17 times if i wanted. What a week (sic) system.”
The word within the manila envelope was labeled “read last” and commenced with the assertion that “by now” each he and the sufferer are lifeless, in accordance with authorities. It detailed how he stalked his estranged spouse and the way he was going to rape and kill the sufferer.
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Investigators mentioned they realized that Kay-Conway had positioned a monitoring machine on the sufferer’s automotive and had adopted her to the Walmart car parking zone earlier than assaulting her and trying to abduct her on Sunday.
“The most dangerous time for a victim of domestic violence is when she leaves her abuser,” Distict Attorney Kevin Steele mentioned. “This case demonstrates just how dangerous domestic violence is, including stalking behavior.”
Kay-Conway is charged with tried homicide, tried kidnapping, tried rape, aggravated assault, stalking and different expenses.
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He was denied bail and brought to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility forward of a preliminary listening to scheduled for Dec. 11.