Stephanie Hudnall Death: A Hawthorne man discovered dead inside his home Thursday morning was killed by his 19-year-old little girl, who was helped by her mom, as indicated by the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office. The feasible thought process was cash, representatives stated, adding that the weapon used to slaughter the man while he dozed was a pickax. William Arnold Hudnall, 51, was discovered dead inside the home he had been remodelling at 22118 SE 71st Ave. in Hawthorne. Specialists said the passing was accounted for by the ladies accused of murdering William Hudnall, his antagonized spouse Stephanie Lynn Hudnall, 41, and the couple’s little girl, Guenevere Lynn Hudnall, 19.
The two ladies had been inhabiting 6787 Gilda Court in Keystone Heights with the 12-year-old girl of William and Stephanie Hudnall. Representatives said the grown-up child of William and Stephanie Hudnall has been presenting with the U.S. military abroad and is on his way back to Florida.
Sheriff’s Detective Sandra Myers said Stephanie Hudnall and Guenevere were jobless and their manufactured house was being abandoned. Myers noted that interviews with the ladies helped agents confirm that Stephanie Hudnall and Guenevere had recently talked about getting government benefits if William Hudnall kicked the bucket and that Guenevere was happy to execute him if Stephanie Hudnall would drive her to his home.
As indicated by Myers, the ladies told specialists they showed up at William Hudnall’s home at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. In the wake of conversing with her significant other, Stephanie Hudnall left at about 8:15 p.m. to re-visitation of Keystone Heights while Guenevere stayed at William Hudnall’s home, Myers said.
As indicated by Myers’ report, once Hudnall had nodded off, Guenevere went into the back encased patio of his home, recovered a pickax and conveyed it to Hudnall’s room. Myers said Guenevere utilized the pickax to hit her dad in the head and chest a few times.
“The casualty [Hudnall] kept on making clamour, so she [Guenevere] hit him with the hatchet until he hushed up to ensure he was dead,” Myers wrote in a capture report.
To cause the homicide to have all the earmarks of being an aspect of a break-in, Guenevere tossed the mail on the family room floor, examiners said. At that point she took a truck key from Hudnall’s keyring, left the front entryway of his home, and drove back to her mom’s house in Keystone Heights, Myers said. The two ladies cooperated to wreck a portion of the proof from the wrongdoing scene, as indicated by specialists, Myers included.
Myers said Stephanie Hudnall and Guenevere drove back to the casualty’s home on Thursday morning and called the Sheriff’s Office to report discovering him dead in his bed.
Following meetings with investigators, Guenevere and Stephanie Hudnall were captured late Friday and each accused of one check of planned homicide. The ladies were being held at the Alachua County prison on Saturday.
The two ladies showed up Saturday morning through video. An appointed authority set their bail at $1 million each with the conditions that they have no contact with one another and have no weapons.
Stephanie Lynn Hudnall
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