Man who shot his wife for their children in a busy park found dead after a manhunt through the Florida
- Mr. Paris, 54, died of a single gunshot wound to the head
- He had been on the run since Wednesday to kill his wife in Florida
- His wife Liza, 34, called the police a few hours before her death
- The couple had been divorced a month before the murder
Dead: Police searched for Julian Paris, 54, who allegedly shot his wife in a busy Florida park
The corpse of a man who was wanted by the Florida police for murdering his wife for their children has been found.
Julian Paris, 54, was sought after by the police after he shot his wife brutally Liza Nicole Adderly, 34, dead to Dr. Phillips Community Park in Orlando for their three children.
Orange County officers, however, confirmed that Mr. Paris had been found dead by relatives by a self-crushed bullet wound, next to the grave of his deceased son at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Mr. Paris was on the run from 7 May
the researchers said that he shot his wife deadly in broad daylight at 5.20 pm.
Mrs. Adderly had taken her three children to a play date with another family when Paris appeared, agents said.
He then shot and killed his wife for their shocked children who stood and are beside their mother at the age of four, 13 and 15.
Eyewitnesses said the suspect fled the park in a white Kia Spectra compact hatchback, with the Florida license plate K259IV.
The three children of the couple watched as their father drove away from the parking lot wearing a red fedora and red T-shirt, according to a witness.
Shocked spectators and the couple's children were among the first to call 911 for emergency services to get help after the horror in the park had unfolded.
Murder Scene: The police searched for a man from Florida who shamelessly killed his wife in a busy park in Orlando, but was later found dead
Sheriff & # 39; s spokesperson Jeff Williamson said: & # 39; It shows how cheeky he was to come here in broad daylight and shoot this woman in broad daylight for multiple witnesses, including young people. & # 39;
& # 39; I think it says a lot about the person and the crime itself. It's horrible, & he added.
Mr. Paris had several aliases, but his first name was Rick Adderly, according to his family.
The couple had a history of domestic violence and officers were called to an incident between the couple two hours before Mrs. Adderly was killed.
On Wednesday, the 34-year-old mother of three was pushed by Mr Paris during a meeting as an irrigation worker, according to the Orange County Sheriff's office.
Mrs. Adderly was so distraught that she went back to her car, screaming for help, police say.
She was shot a few hours later.
Orange County police launched a widespread human hunt for the 54-year-old, but his daughter found him dead at 7:20 am. on 8 May.
Researchers are still trying to determine why he killed himself.
In happier times: Rick Adderly (also known as Julian Paris), his wife Liza Nicole Adderly and their children pose together in a group on the beach
Police line: Julian Paris, 54, had fled the park in a white Kia Spectra that was being watched by his three children
After more than 16 years of marriage, the couple divorced a month before killing.
Relatives said that the grave where Mr. Paris was found dead belonged to their 17-year-old son – who was their oldest – but had been hit by a car and killed in January 2012.
Jane Watrel from the Orange County Sheriff's Office said: & # 39;You all know he went through a divorce, but we don't know why he took this extremely drastic measure.
& # 39; We got the call around 7:25 pm (from) family who shouted that they had found Mr. Paris's corpse at his son's grave. & # 39;
The tragic couple married in 1998, when she was 18 and her husband 38.
Delegates are still looking for the deceased man's car.
Adrianna Adderlini, 23, a family member by marriage told The Orlando Sentinel: & # 39; This is very surprising because they have been so good after their son's death – just keeping their family strong. & # 39;
The couple leaves behind their three surviving children.
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