Girlfriend Tiniko Thompson arrested after cooling note is found next to the police officer’s body
& # 39; It was an accident, we had a fight & # 39 ;: after the chilling message, arrested girl is found next to the police officer's body
- Tiniko Thompson, 46, would have killed her friend Carl Patrick, 53,
- Patrick was a 25-year-old veteran of the Miami police
- Officers found his body under burnt bedding in his Florida home
- They also found a note in the kitchen with the text & # 39; It was an accident … & # 39;
- Mrs. Thompson has appeared in court for second-degree assassinations
- She claims that Mr Patrick shot himself but a medical examiner said his injuries were inconsistent with that claim
- Police revEally that she found another banknote in her car similar to the left one
Suspect: Tiniko Thompson, 46, allegedly killed her friend Carl Patrick, 53, a Miami police officer in his Pembroke Pines, Florida home on May 9
The girlfriend of a police officer in Miami who was shot dead in his house has been arrested.
Tiniko Thompson, 46, allegedly killed her boyfriend Carl Patrick, 53, at his home on May 9 in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
Police officers found a hair-raising tone together with the body, read, & # 39; It was an accident, we had a fight. & # 39;
According to officers, Patrick's body was found earlier this month in his bedroom under burnt bedding.
She described the scene as & # 39; consistent with something that is set on fire & # 39; and revealed that he was still dressed in his police uniform.
Patrick & # 39; s former girlfriend, Mrs. Thompson, has been arrested for the murder, police said.
They first appeared in court Thursday on second-degree murder charges.
Mrs. Thompson allegedly killed Mr. Patrick and let him die at home while he was fleeing from stealing his cell phone and fleeing.
Two days later, her mother reported her to the police after she threatened to commit suicide.
It was then that Patrick & # 39; s body was discovered in his home in Pembroke Pines.
When officers viewed the house, they found a note in the kitchen that reads: & # 39; It was an accident, we had a fight. & # 39;
Death: Patrick & # 39; s body was found earlier this month in his bedroom under burnt bedding in his Florida home
But when Thompson was brought in for questioning after his death, she told the officers that he had shot himself.
She described how they fought when his gun went off.
& # 39; It went POW! And that was it, & she remembered the only shot that ended his life.
& # 39; He called me a b ****. He said: & # 39; You b ****. & # 39;
She went on to say that the 25-year-old police veteran in Miami was insulting & # 39; opposite her.
She told tearful NBC news: & He scared me. I don't know what else to say. & # 39;
In court: the 46-year-old made her right on Thursday for the first time, while being accused of second-degree murder
However, it is not clear how Mr Patrick would have been able to shoot himself.
The medical examiner found that the bullet wound did not match how he would have shot a gun at himself because he would have used his right hand to fire the gun.
Mrs. Thompson said she had left the scene and moved to her car for the next few days.
But the police said they found another note in her vehicle like the one in the kitchen that said she was too scared to call the police after what had happened.
According to a media examiner, Patrick's life could have been saved if he had received immediate medical attention.
His death is ruled as a murder (murder.)
Arrested: Mrs Thompson said that Mr Patrick had shot himself – she described him as insulting and said she was afraid of him
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