Former TV bailiff and deputy sheriff is accused of murder after his wife was shot at their home in Texas
- Renard Spivey was accused on Monday of the death of his wife Patricia at their home in Houston, Texas
- Spivey, who worked at the Justice for All TV bailiff with Judge Cristina Perez, is a veteran deputy at the Harris County Sheriff & # 39; s Office
- He called the police at 3 a.m. on Sunday to report to his home
- Police said they were involved in a & # 39; domestic nuisance & # 39; prior to the shooting.
- Spivey had a bullet wound on his leg and his wife was found dead on the spot
A former TV program bailiff and veteran sheriff has been charged with murder after his wife was shot in their Texas home.
Renard Spivey, who is a deputy at the Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Harris County in Houston, was sued Monday night for the fatal shooting of his 52-year-old wife Patricia Spivey.
Authorities say the 63-year-old was out of service when he called the police on Sunday at 3 a.m. to report an accidental shooting at his house.
Spivey, who worked as a judicial officer at Justice for All from 2012 to 2016 together with Judge Cristina Perez, appeared to have sustained a bullet wound to his leg.
Renard Spivey, who is a substitute at the Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Harris County in Houston, was sued Monday night for the fatal shooting of his wife Patricia Spivey
His wife was declared dead on the spot.
Police said the couple was involved in a & # 39; domestic nuisance & # 39; just before the shooting.
Authorities would not provide additional details about the run-up to the recording.
Spivey stays in the hospital and is scheduled to undergo a mental health assessment.
The Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Harris County said they have no data on domestic violence incidents involving the veteran delegate.
Judicial documents obtained by ABC13 state that Spivey may have a mental illness or mental disability.
Spivey (right) is a deputy at the Harris County Sheriff office in Houston and worked from 2012 to 2016 as a bailiff for TV show & # 39; s on Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez (left)
Authorities say Spivey was out of service when he called the police on Sunday at 3 am to report an unintentional shooting at his house
Police said the couple was involved in a & # 39; domestic nuisance & # 39; just before the shooting. His wife Patricia was found dead in their home
The Houston police, who are leading the investigation, said there was an older man at home when the shooting took place, but he told the investigators that he did not hear or see anything.
Spivey has been ordered not to contact his wife's family or to have access to weapons as part of his bonding conditions. He will also have to wear an ankle monitor.
Patricia & # 39; s brother Ezra Washington said she was very involved with her local church and loved photography.
& # 39; She just loved life. Always smiling. Always loved photography. I loved taking pictures, & he said.
& # 39; I know where she is going. I know the life that she lived. You know, she did well. Lost too early but she did well. & # 39;
The Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Harris County said they have no data on domestic violence incidents involving the veteran delegate
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