A Massachusetts woman arrested was accused of strangling her wife to death and splashing paint over her body to contaminate the crime scene and mislead investigators.
Massachusetts Woman Arrested for Strangling Wife to Death and Splashing Paint Over Her Body to Contaminate Crime Scene
A Massachusetts woman arrested named Cara Rintala was accused of strangling her wife Annamarie Cochrane to death and splashing paint all over the victim’s body to contaminate the crime scene and for investigators to not suspect the Massachusetts woman arrested.
According to a report published in Daily Hampshire, authorities responded to a report about a murder case and found the Massachusetts woman arrested mourning her wife’s death in their basement while covered with blood and paint, which was suspected to be splashed by the Massachusetts woman arrested.
During the investigation, authorities discovered that the Massachusetts woman arrested and her wife were in a custody battle with their daughter and even filed restraining orders, which was believed to be the primary reason why the Massachusetts woman arrested murdered her wife.
Massachusetts Woman Arrested for Killing Her Wife Claims She Left Their House Before Her Death
Following the trial, the Massachusetts woman arrested claimed that she left the house before her wife’s death only to find her lifeless body when she returned; however, prosecutors claimed that the time of her death proved that her wife was already dead when the Massachusetts woman left the house.