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    University of Wisconsin-Madison doctor (Beth Potter, 52), husband (Robin Carre, 57) found dead in suspected homicide

    https://nypost.com/2020/04/02/univer...nd-found-dead/

    A University of Wisconsin-Madison doctor and her husband have been found dead in what cops are calling a targeted double homicide.

    A jogger discovered the bodies of doctor Beth Potter, 52, and Robin Carre, 57, in a ditch at the campus arboretum ? a popular research and recreation area with more than 1,200 acres of forests and prairies ? around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, authorities said.

    Carre was pronounced dead on the scene, and Potter was transported to a local hospital where she also died, according to police.

    The pair died of ?homicidal related trauma,? according to the Dane County Medical Examiner?s Office.

    UW-Madison Police said there was nothing arbitrary about the slayings.

    ?Through our police investigation, we reached a point where we were confident in that this was not random and this couple was targeted,? department spokesman Marc Lovicott said. ?Beyond that, I can?t provide any further details as this is a very active police investigation.?

    Potter worked at the Wingra Family Medical Center, operated by the UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and Access Community Health Centers.

    She also served as medical director of UW Health?s Employee Health Services and spoke both French and Spanish, according to a tribute on the medical school?s website.

    ?Words cannot express our grief,? Dr. William Schwab, interim chair of the family medicine department, said in the tribute.

    ?In addition to being a wonderful family physician and highly respected teacher, Beth was a dedicated leader at the Wingra clinic and in our health system. She was wise, warm, and always supportive. There are so many in our department whose lives have been touched by Beth; her loss will weigh heavily within us.?

    Dr. Patrick McBride, a retired former associate dean at the medical school, told the Wisconsin State Journal that Potter was a ?doctor?s doctor.?

    ?Other doctors had her see their kids,? he said, adding that she was ?dedicated to treating the underserved at the highest quality of care, with dignity.?

    Carre worked as an independent educational consultant, helping high school students and their parents with the college admissions process, his Linkedin page says.

    He previously served as a coaching director at the Regent Soccer Club, a Madison-based youth soccer organization.

    ?He cared far more about how players learned the game than he did about their record that season, and he was always calm and even-tempered,? Chris Murphy, whose daughter was coached by Carre for several years as a child, told the Journal.

    Potter and Carre had three children, the paper reported.

    No one is in custody in connection to the crime, and the motive is unclear.


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    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/...sband-69959351

    The 18-year-old man arrested in the slayings of a University of Wisconsin physician and her husband is known to the family, police said Friday.

    University of Wisconsin Police Chief Kristen Roman said in a statement Friday that Khari Sanford has been booked into the Dane County Jail on two counts of party to the crime of first-degree intentional homicide. Roman did not say what Sanford's relationship was to the family or how the couple was killed.

    The bodies of Dr. Beth Potter, 52, and Robin Carre, 57, were found Tuesday in the university's arboretum, which is several miles from the Madison campus.

    The couple died of “homicidal violence,” according to the Dane County Medical Examiner.

    Sanford was arrested Thursday night after investigators worked numerous tips from members of the community, Roman said.

    Police have said they believe the couple was targeted.

    “It was calculated, cold-blooded and senseless and we will continue to do all we can to bring justice to Robin and Beth, their family, and their loved ones," Roman said.

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    Whoa, was he a foster son or something? How did they know the kid?
    RIP Robin and Beth.

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    Saw on Facebook that the accused had been dating the victims' daughter. Someone accusing the daughter of orchestrating it. Apparently there is some info on Instagram as well but I don't have it to search.

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    Fb page is down, now. But if that is the case, wtf makes that maggot ass fuckstain think he would get away with some dumb shit like that? And how old is the daughter, anyway? This better not be one of those "28 year old dating 13 year old" relationships, ffs. They need to hook his fucking testicles and drag his ass to the police station.
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    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...sband-n1177231

    Authorities in Wisconsin arrested and charged a teenager in what they called the “calculated” double homicide of a university doctor and her husband last week, police said Saturday.

    Police at the University of Wisconsin-Madison said that Ali’jah J. Larrue, 18, was booked on two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in the killings of Dr. Beth Potter and Robin Carre.

    The announcement of Larrue’s arrest came one day after police said that an alleged accomplice, Khari Sanford, 18, was also taken into custody on suspicion of being a party to the killings of Potter and Carre.

    Carre was pronounced dead at the scene. Potter later died at a local hospital.

    Police said that Sanford was “known” to the victims’ family and that their killings appeared targeted.

    “We believe that this was not a random act,” authorities said in a statement. “It was calculated, cold-blooded and senseless — and we will continue to do all we can to bring justice to Robin and Beth, their family, and their loved ones.”

    NBC affiliate WTMV reported Sanford attended the same high school as the couple’s daughter.

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    Social distancing spat may have led to Wisconsin double slaying: prosecutors

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    A squabble over social distancing may have led to the execution-style slayings of a Wisconsin doctor and her husband, court documents show.

    Khari Sanford, 18, was charged Tuesday with two counts of party to the crime of first-degree intentional homicide in the deaths of University of Wisconsin physician Beth Potter, 52, and her husband, Robin Carre, 57, who were found shot in the back of their heads near the Madison university on March 31, according a criminal complaint obtained by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

    Sanford, who was dating the couple’s daughter at the time, was forced to move out of the couple’s home along with their daughter and into an Airbnb rental because they weren’t following “social distancing rules” during the coronavirus outbreak, the complaint shows.

    Potter’s supervisor at University Hospital and Clinics said medication she had been taking put her at higher risk of infection, heightening the need for social distancing, according to the complaint.

    Just hours before the killings, which prosecutors have called a “brutal execution,” Potter told a friend that her daughter told her as she and Sanford moved out, “You don’t care about me” and “You don’t talk to me,” the complaint shows.

    Potter was “clearly frustrated” during the exchange, according to the complaint.

    Sanford’s suspected accomplice, Ali’jah Larrue, 18, was also charged Tuesday with two counts of party to the crime of first-degree intentional homicide. Bail for both him and Sanford was set at $1 million.

    Potter and Carre’s daughter, meanwhile, claimed during an interview with police that she was with Sanford on the night of the slaying and that neither of them had left the Airbnb rental home, according to the complaint.

    An investigation into the double slaying remains ongoing, a University of Wisconsin police spokesman said.


    Ali'jah Larrue and Khari Sanford

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    Just fucking wow. What an entitled group of worthless fucking kids.

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    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...id=recommended

    A criminal complaint filed Tuesday in Dane County Circuit Court also alleges that the victims' daughter — who was dating one of the suspects — was overheard discussing how they could get money from her "rich" parents, Dr. Beth Potter and Robin Carre.

    A jogger found the bodies of Potter, 52, and Carre, 57, in a ditch early March 31 at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, an ecological research facility in Madison.

    They had been shot in the head in what police described as a "calculated" killing.
    Khari Sanford and Ali'jah J. Larrue, both 18, were arrested and charged with first-degree intentional homicide. Sanford, who was dating the couple's adopted daughter, Miriam Potter Carre, could also face an added penalty if convicted of carrying out the killings with a dangerous weapon.

    Potter Carre hasn't been charged, and a University of Wisconsin-Madison Police spokesman said the two "primary" suspects were in custody.

    "However, this is still an open and very active investigation," the spokesman, Marc Lovicott, added in an email.

    According to the documents, Potter had a medical condition that put her at greater risk of contracting COVID-19, the disease associated with the coronavirus, so she and her husband put social distancing rules in place at home. But their daughter and Sanford, who had been staying at the house, didn't follow them, the documents say. So the couple moved the teens to an Airbnb.

    During the move, the couple's daughter was upset, telling Potter that she didn't care about her, the documents say.

    The documents also allege that in school last month, a classmate overheard Potter Carre and Sanford talking about how they could get money. The student reported hearing "Miriam tell Khari Sanford that her parents had 'bands' of money and that they were rich," the documents say.
    The documents say Potter Carre was "untruthful" with investigators when they asked where she and Sanford were on the night of March 30. She said they'd stayed at their Airbnb watching a movie before going to bed — even though traffic cameras showed a minivan that matched hers near the university arboretum.

    According to the documents, Sanford confessed to the killings when he stopped by an acquaintance's house on March 31. Appearing "excited and frantic," he called the second suspect, Larrue, and said he'd heard on social media that one of the victims in the arboretum shooting was still alive.

    "I swear I hit them, how did they survive," Sanford said, according to the documents.

    Sanford then hung up and told the acquaintance that he'd shot the couple "in the back of the head," the documents say.
    I want to know why the piece of shit daughter hasn't been arrested.

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    daughter

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    At a time where we need all the doctors we can get, this dumb bitch and her friends goes and kills one. They should also be charged with terrorism. I hope the assailants all catch the coronavirus and die.
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