A surveillance video captures moments after alleged murder suspect Jared James Dicus decapitated wife.
Anggy Diaz, 21, was found decapitated in a small home in Waller County on Wednesday, according to the county sheriff.
Waller County Sheriff’s Office Press Release (decapitated wife found)
On Wednesday, 1-11-23, at approximately 4:35 PM, the Waller County Sheriff’s Office received a call in reference to a possible death located in the 200 block of Oak Hollow Blvd., in Waller County, Texas, near Magnolia.
Upon receiving the call, reporting deputies advised they had arrived and discovered a deceased female in a small residential structure located behind the main residence.
Deputies advised the female’s body had been mutilated. A male on the scene, identified as Jared James Dicus, was detained.
When detectives arrived, it was reported that the detained male was the husband of the decedent and was believed to have murdered her.
The husband was interviewed and gave a full confession, admitting to the murder of his wife.
Murder charges were filed on Dicus.
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