Ashley played a huge part in this,” Michael’s mom — Theresa Davis said. The woman stated she saved a file on her laptop about their chat. Michael Whitehead agreed to a year sentence Thursday for an amended charge of reckless homicide in the death of his year-old wife, Ashley. He will be sentenced February Whitehead pled guilty after a prosecutors agreed to drop murder and wanton endangerment charges.
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On Wednesday while he asked the judge for probation, he claimed it was to help his late wife Ashley deal with her Crohn’s disease. The plea saves the families the grief of going through a trial, but they told us the outcome is still bittersweet. Discovery documents detail murder charges filed against EMT. What stands out in almost pages of discovery is Michael Whitehead’s admission to police that he stole IV fluids from his employer and used them on his wife Ashley, that Michael Whitehead had choked Ashley in the past, and even admitted that he told co-workers he “would kill his wife.
Ashley Whitehead went into cardiac arrest in March ofnever to recover. In August, search warrants were served at Whitehead’s grandmother’s home in Jeffersonville, Indiana to get his computer.
The woman stated she saved a file on her laptop about their chat. Both the prosecution – and the victim’s family – believe Whitehead crossed the lines by trying to play doctor. I shitehead there’s some laws that need to be changed,” Shanahan said.
Discovery documents detail murder charges filed against EMT
December 17, at Besides reckless homicide, Whitehead agreed to plead guilty to theft charges and practicing medicine without a license.
He will be sentenced February New court documents are shedding a revealing light on what led investigators to file murder charges.
It all played out in a courtroom once and both sides are back at it again. After a year in jail, EMT asks for probation in wife’s murder. Prosecutors say in MarchWhitehead called from his apartment claiming Ashley was a victim of an accidental overdose.
We know that Michael didn’t do this alone. Michael Whitehead agreed to a year sentence Thursday for an amended charge of reckless homicide in the death of his year-old whittehead, Ashley.
Former EMT charged with murder takes plea deal
On March 26,Whitehead called from his apartment at Bonnyville Boulevard about the possible accidental overdose of his year-old wife. Russ interviewed Whitehead’s co-workers at Yellow Ambulance and found out there were claims of sexual harassment against Whitehead and that he was allegedly heard saying his wife didn’t love him anymore and he should “go kill his wife.
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Michael Whithead pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and to stealing drugs and IV’s from his work. Judge Maze only heard the case Wednesday, and given all the circumstances, he wanted to wait before making a ruling. According to court records, it was during that interview when Whitehead allegedly admitted that he had been using IV’s on his wife for six months prior to her death, stole everything he used, and had even choked his wife in the past.
Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she later died. Through his attorney, Don Major, Whitehead said he accepted the plea deal to spare family members the pain of a trial, not because he is guilty. Ashley played a huge part in this,” Michael’s mom — Theresa Davis said.
We know that Michael loves Ashley still. Former EMT charged with murder takes plea deal. Two days after we’re in court going all over it again,” Shanahan said. That’s because he qualifies for what’s called shock probation. She also said Whitehead asked her to delete the files off his computer hard drive, but she refused. But the prosecution painted a different picture in court Wednesday. In the spring ofMichael Whitehead was sentenced to 12 years behind bars for that crime.
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But Michael’s mother says his only intention was love. I’m just grateful that he was granted the hearing because we didn’t think he’d be granted the hearing,” Davis said.