Woman Found Dead in Car at Gainesville Hospital Garage
Updated, at 5 p.m.: The likely suspect is Wilsey’s estranged husband Walker Gage Wilsey. He apparently committed suicide around 3:30 p.m. and was found by the Daytona Beach Police Department, according to a GPD press release.
Updated, at 4:05 p.m.: The victim has been identified as Casey Renee Wilsey, 37, according to Officer Ben Tobias, GPD spokesman. GPD is in the process of obtaining an arrest warrant and has yet to release the suspect’s identity.
Gainesville Police Department officials said it is investigating the probable fatal stabbing of a white female found in a car on the third floor of the North Florida Regional Medical Center parking garage this morning.
According to GPD spokesman Officer Ben Tobias, the incident appears to be related to domestic violence, and the suspect has not been caught yet. The incident probably occurred between 8 and 8:30 a.m., Tobias said.
Further details will be released as they become available.
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