Brevick Charged With Premeditated Murder of Wife
By Space Coast Daily // August 11, 2014
VICTIM DIED SUNDAY AT HOLMES REGIONAL
ABOVE VIDEO: On August 8 at approximately 11:36 p.m., Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 7030 Herons Landing Drive in Rockledge after David Glen Brevick made a 911 emergency call to the Sheriff’s Office indicating that two men had entered the residence and were injuring his wife.
BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA – Agents with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office upgraded the charges against David Glen Brevick, charging him with the Premeditated First Degree Murder of his wife, 56-year-old Francia Vargas-Brevic.
According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Major Tod Goodyear, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Agents originally arrested Brevick, 52, on Saturday and charged him with Attempted First Degree Murder.
On Sunday, Vargas-Brevic died as a result of her injuries, and an autopsy was performed today by the Brevard County Medical Examiner’s Office, who ruled the manner of death as homicide
Brevick is currently being detained at the Brevard County Jail on a No Bond status.
The original charges stem from an incident that occurred shortly before midnight on August 8.
According to Goodyear, on August 8 at approximately 11:36 p.m., deputies responded to the residence located at 7030 Herons Landing Drive in Rockledge after Brevick made a 911 emergency call to the Sheriff’s Office indicating that two men had entered the residence and were injuring his wife.
Deputies arrived at the residence to find it locked and secure. Brevick opened the door for deputies, advising that the men were still inside. Upon searching the residence, deputies were unable to locate any intruders.
Sheriff’s Agents located Vargas-Brevick unresponsive on the bedroom floo and was transported to Holmes Regional Medical Center, where she was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit.
Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to call Agent Don Reynolds of the Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit at 321-633-8413 or CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).
All calls to CRIMELINE are confidential, and callers can remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward for information leading to an arrest.