Killer compared to ‘Dexter’ in general after hacking into pieces Uber driver having affair with wife
A man from the latest episode of America’s Most Wanted remains on the run abroad after allegedly dismembering an Uber driver who was having an affair with his wife.
Bob Tang, 51, is accused of killing an Uber driver in San Francisco in 2017 and then slipping out of the United States and traveling to Cambodia, Fox News reported
Tang reportedly found himself in a love triangle when he discovered that his wife and best friend, Piseth Chhay, were having an affair, the television show said in an episode that aired Monday.
Chhay, 48, was declared missing on May 14, 2017, the day he was believed to have been murdered. Human remains were later found in bags in a warehouse where Tang worked for 20 years in Hayworth, California.
Investigators confirmed the remains were Chhay using DNA technology.
Tang reportedly fled to his native Cambodia, but his exact whereabouts remain unknown.
Bob Tang, 51, (left) is wanted for the murder of San Francisco Uber driver Piseth Chhay (right) in 2017. Authorities believe he fled the country to his native Cambodia
On March 26, 2019, a felony arrest warrant was issued for Tang in Alameda County, California after he was charged with murder. A federal arrest warrant was issued in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco after he was charged with “ Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution – Murder, “the FBI website says.
The website has a photo of Tang and his personal details. He is described as an Asian man who weighs 130 pounds and stands 5 feet, 4 inches, with black hair, brown eyes and ‘a birthmark on the left side of his nose.’
The naturalized American citizen enjoys hiking and has ties to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, according to the FBI.
“The FBI is offering a reward of up to $ 10,000 for information leading directly to Bob Tang’s arrest,” the website says.
Joseph Scott Morgan, associate professor of applied forensics at Jacksonville State University and former senior investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner in Atlanta, Georgia, appeared on America’s Most Wanted to discuss the case.
Morgan said the murder was likely a crime of passion, but also premeditated.
Joseph Scott Morgan, a former senior investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner in Atlanta, Georgia, appeared on America’s Most Wanted Monday to discuss Bob Tang’s case, saying it was likely a crime of passion that was also premeditated. advice was.
The FBI offered a reward of up to $ 10,000 for information that led directly to the arrest of Tang, who, according to the agency, has ties to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
“You can be passionate and you can be planned,” Morgan said. “You’ll have individuals just grabbing the closest tool they can to chop up a body … but in this case he bought power tools.”
Tang went so far as to pack up Chhay’s remains, Morgan said.
The America’s Most Wanted panelists compared it to Dexter, a fictional television series about a Miami police analyst who is also a vigilante serial killer.
‘America’s Most Wanted’ presenter Nancy Grace says Tang had similar ‘neat and perfect’ mutilating abilities to the murderer in the fictional television series ‘Dexter’
‘Dexter’, played by Michael C. Hall, is a Miami police analyst with a second career as a vigilante serial killer
Hostess Nancy Grace noted that Tang had similar ‘neat and perfect’ shredding.
Morgan also drew a parallel between Tang and Dexter’s personalities, noting their ‘friendly’ exterior but ultimately concluding ‘if he [Tang] if he gets you in a corner, he’ll take you apart. ‘
SoSo Chi, a cousin of victim Piseth Chhay, said in 2017 that the two families had been friends for years, ABC 7 San Francisco reported
Tang’s wife, who was not mentioned by name, was a best friend of Chhay’s wife, Chi said.
But the victim’s wife, Rattana Kim, told the news station that she had not spoken to Tang’s wife since the week her own husband disappeared. After Tang disappeared, the lines of communication stopped.
Piseth Chhay was declared missing on May 14, 2017, the day he was allegedly murdered by Bob Tang
Piseth Chhay, left, with his wife, Rattana Kim, in an undated photo
Rattana Kim appeared in a TV news interview asking for information about her husband, Piseth Chhay, before his remains were positively identified using DNA technology
Rattana Kim has a photo of herself and her husband, Piseth Chhay, with their children. Authorities are still looking for Bob Tang, who is accused of murdering Chhay in 2017