CrimeOnline’s Nancy Grace has questions about the daughter of a popular Wisconsin doctor and her husband who were found dead — shot in the head — in a ditch in a University of Wisconsin botanical garden late last month.
Khari Sanford and Ali’jah Larrue, both 18, have been arrested and charged murders of Dr. Beth Potter, 52, and Robin Carre, 57. Sanford had been dating the couple’s adoptive daughter, Miriam, for some time and living at the house.
But Potter recently moved them into an Airbnb because they would not adhere to social distancing norms put in place in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It is my understanding that the doctor, Dr. Beth Potter, had some immune issue, and she could not be close to people,” Grace said on her FoxNation show Crime Stories.
“This is the part that bothers me,” CrimeOnline investigative reporter Dave Mack said. “She hasn’t been charged — yet.”
“But, she actually alibied Sanford,” he said. “She told the police that they were at their Airbnb the entire night of the 30 and 31 and that they did not leave.”
Police, however, have allegedly recovered text messages that indicate Sanford and Miriam Potter were not together the entire night.
Another message, Grace said, went to an unidentified friend after Larrue and Sanford had returned to the Airbnb: “I want to cry,” she said, “but I’m also in an apartment with them, and it’s literally 2 1/2 rooms, so that’s fun.”
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[Featured image: Beth Potter and Robin Carre/Facebook]