Monday, March 25, 2019

Wife of deceased UCF professor expected in court

WINTER PARK, Fla. (FOX 35 ORLANDO) - A lady associated with killing her significant other, who was a teacher at the University of Central Florida, is expected in court on Monday.

45-year-old Danielle Redlick is planned to have a meeting on Monday. Police said that she wounded her better half, Michael Redlick, to death inside their Winter Park home in January.

Police said that Redlick initially asserted that Michael showed at least a bit of kindness assault, however then she changed her story and said that he really wounded himself. She likewise held up 11 hours before calling police to inform them concerning his demise. She held up on the grounds that she was terrified, on post trial supervision, and depleted.

Wife of deceased UCF professor expected in court
Wife of deceased UCF professor expected in court

Court records demonstrate that Danielle Redlick sought legal separation from her significant other last March, yet she later pulled back and they never got separated. 

Danielle deals with indictments of second-degree murder with a weapon and messing with proof. Her preliminary is set for June. 

Michael Redlick was the executive of outer undertakings and association relations for the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at UCF. He had recently worked for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Cleveland Browns and Memphis Grizzlies.

This story was worked out of Orlando, Florida.