Brian Walshe, Husband Of Missing Mom, Charged With Murder

Brian Walshe had previously been charged with misleading police investigation after he lied about the whereabouts of his wife

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Brian Walshe, Husband Of Missing Mom, Charged With Murder

Brian Walshe, Husband of Missing Mom, has been charged with the murder of his wife, Anna Walshe.

Norfolk District Attorney, Michael Morrissey, announced on Tuesday that Brian Walshe, 47, is being charged with the murder of his wife, Anna Walshe after she went missing on New Year’s Day.

The 39-year-old, and mother of three young children, was most recently seen by a relative in her home in the early hours of New Year’s Day.

Anna Walshe was to take a ride-hailing service to Logan International Airport for a trip to Washington, D.C., where she worked for D.C.-based real estate company Tishman Speyer.

Officials said there is no proof that the missing mom at any point got into a vehicle or on a flight.

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Brian Walshe had previously been charged with misleading police investigation after he lied about the whereabouts of his wife. He withheld information from the police, violating his bail on federal fraud convictions.

Brian pleaded not guilty and is being held on $500,000 bail.

Anna Walshe had originally been reported missing by her employer at the Washington, DC real estate company Tishman Speyer on January 4 when she didn’t show up to work.

Internet searches by Brian which included “How to dispose of a 115-pound woman’s body,” was found by investigators on Brian’s computer.

According to police report by WCVB, Brian made a trip to Home Depot on January 2 which was a violation of his probation conditions. Though he said he only left home to take his son to get ice cream.

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Prosecutors also learned that he made purchases of $450 worth of cleaning supplies including mops, tarps, drop cloths, and tape at the Home Depot in Massachusetts.

The purchases made by Brian at Home Depot, according to NBC Boston, are consistent with a portion of the ridiculous things found during a search of a garbage office in Peabody.

Blood and a bloody blade were likewise found in the basement of the couple’s home, according to prosecutors.

“I’m glad that they did finally arrest him because there’s more than enough evidence,” Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Neama Rahmani told Fox News Digital.

“I know they’re looking in different trash sites and they found like a hacksaw, some other tools that they believe were used to dismember the body.”

He said that police are likely going to be pressing Brian Walshe and asking him the location of a potential body, but authorities likely have a plethora of evidence.

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