Grand Jury Indicts Florida Man For First-Degree Murder After ‘Horrific’ Killing His 82-Year-Old Wife

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State attorney: most shocking and horrific acts of violence I have seen in my 34 years as a prosecutor

ABOVE VIDEO: A Seminole County Grand Jury indicted Elue Watson, 75, for one count of First Degree Premeditated Murder, Kidnapping, Aggravated Battery of a Person 65 or Older, and Sexual Battery with use of a Deadly Weapon in the death of his 82-year-old wife Alice Watson. (WFTV Video)

SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA – A Seminole County Grand Jury indicted Elue Watson, 75, for one count of First Degree Premeditated Murder, Kidnapping, Aggravated Battery of a Person 65 or Older, and Sexual Battery with use of a Deadly Weapon in the death of his 82-year-old wife Alice Watson.

On August 10th, 2018 Lake Mary Police contacted Watson wandering in their city, who said they should check on his wife. Sanford Police then discovered the body of Alice Watson at the couple’s home located at of 100 Sycamore Ct, Sanford, FL.

The victim had been tortured and then brutally killed by Watson.

“This was one of the most shocking and horrific acts of violence I have seen in my 34 years as a prosecutor,” said State Attorney Phil Archer.

“The pain and suffering experienced by Alice Watson prior to her death is inexcusable and demands we seek justice in accordance with those actions.”

The Grand Jury heard testimony from a Sanford Police Criminal Investigator before returning with the indictment.

Watson remains in custody on no bond and is scheduled for a first appearance on Wednesday, Sept 12  at 1:30 p.m. from the Seminole County Jail.

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