Allen Warner Convicted of Murdering Shana Warner


Image of Allen Warner from Massachusetts State Police wanted poster.

Allen Warner.

A person was discovered responsible of brutally murdering his estranged spouse in addition to for stealing a truck to flee. Allen Warner, 51, killed Shana Warner, 48, authorities mentioned. The health worker decided Shana died of blunt power accidents, and he or she was stabbed six instances and shot as soon as.

Massachusetts jurors convicted Allen Warner Friday.

The homicide on Sept. 24, 2018 marked the horrific finish of an abusive years-long relationship. Shana Warner had filed for divorce thrice in Plymouth County, relationship again to 2011, although these by no means reached completion, in accordance with The Patriot Ledger. In the primary try, she mentioned her husband bodily and verbally abused her “due to his drug-use behavior.”

She appropriately anxious this third time would finish in violence from her “crazy ex,” in accordance with MassLive. Allen Warner despatched her worrying texts, and he mentioned he would see her later within the day. Finally, he attacked her.

Authorities mentioned Shana managed to name 911 earlier than her loss of life, saying Allen Warner jumped into her automobile and that she was very harm.

Investigators discovered her automobile empty and nonetheless operating, they mentioned in a WBZ report. They found Shana bleeding badly from the chest and left shoulder, and having a faint pulse. She died on the hospital. She had sustained accidents, together with cuts and bruises, throughout her physique.

The seek for Allen Warner led to chaotic trend. He stole a flatbed truck, drove it by way of a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru the flawed means, and crashed into flower pots, officers mentioned. Allen Warner didn’t resist after he was noticed driving the truck again to the pavement firm he stole it from, Officer Mark Poirier of the Whitman Police Department testified in accordance with the Ledger.

“He’s purely evil and he just committed an extreme, atrocious act of domestic violence,” Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares mentioned on the time of the crime, in accordance with WBZ.

Allen Warner was additionally convicted of kidnapping, possession of a rifle, possession of a loaded firearm, possession of ammunition, theft of a motorcar, and leaving the scene of an accident involving property injury.

[Image via Massachusetts State Police]

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