COUNCIL CHRONICLE – Pennsylvania detectives have reason to believe that the Radnor Township murder-suicide might have stemmed from a love triangle involving the shooter’s husband. On the 24th of April 2018, authorities discovered the bodies of two women inside the kitchen of a Lowrys Lane home. Cause of death was listed as a gunshot wound.
Wife Finds Out About Love Triangle, Guns Down Rival
Based on what Radnor Township detectives learned so far, 47-year-old Jennair Gerardot, a Wilmington resident, discovered that her husband, only identified as Mark, was having an affair with Meredith Sullivan Chapman, a University of Delaware graduate and VP at the Villanova University.
Gerardot’s activity suggests that, prior to the murder, she exchanged several email and text messages with Mark and her victim, letting both of them know that she discovered their affair.
Although the clues found at the crime scene pointed towards being an instinct-driven incident, the homicide detectives pointed out that Mrs. Gerardot was well aware of what she’s doing and spent a lot of time putting together the plan.
Recently discovered evidence shows that on the day of Chapman’s murder, Jennair rode a train from Delaware to her Radnor Township house and donning a disguise.
Upon reaching the house, Jennair waited for Chapman to come home and to confront her about the love affair with Mark. While in the kitchen, Jennair took out her gun and shot Chapman in the head before using the same weapon to commit suicide.
The bodies were discovered by Mark, Gerardot’s husband. William Colarulo, the Radnor Township Police Superintendent, declared that the homicide detectives are hard at work, searching through Gerardot’s online and phone history.
The Police Superintendent pointed out that there were no indications of Mark’s wife being capable of gunning down a person. More than that, Colarulo pointed out that this fatal love triangle has been going out for some time.
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