The young couple celebrated their second wedding anniversary earlier in the week
23-year-old Davie Dauzat and Natasha, 21, had just celebrated their second wedding anniversary on Tuesday of this week
Dauzat, charged with murder after he confessed to beheading his wife and stashing it in a freezer in their home
Cops had been called to the couple’s home, but left as there were no signs of domestic disturbance
Two hours later they return to find wife decapitated, couple’s two toddlers unharmed in the trailer at the time of incident
A blood covered suspect finally surrenders to cops after 30-minute standoff
Dauza held in McLennan County Jail on $500,000 bail
Davie Dauzat, sitting in the back of a police car. He was arrested Thursday, on a first-degree murder charge
A Bellmead man was arrested late Thursday morning as police investigate the killing of a woman in a mobile home in Bellmead near Dallas, TX. The victim is believed tob be married to the suspect.
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23-year-old Davie Dauzat faces a first-degree murder charge after police was called to the mobile home park after 11 a.m., when they received a call that a woman was dead inside the home. Bellmead police Sgt. Kory Martin said Dauzat was inside with two young children, at first unwilling to leave the home when officers arrived.
Dauzat, has been remanded in the McLennan County Jail where he was ordered held on a $500,000 bond, charged with murder of his wife, Natasha.
He allegedly beheaded his wife just hours after police officers visited the couple for a welfare check.
Davie Dauzat beheaded his wife Natasha and placed her head in a freezer
Sgt. Kory Martin says officers visited 23-year-old Davie Dauzat and his 21-year-old wife, Natasha, on Thursday at their mobile home in Bellmead, 80 miles from Dallas, after a relative called police. Responding officers did not see any signs of trouble in the home and left. However, a couple of hours later, another call came from a relative to police once again later to say Dauzat had killed his wife.
Police returned and found Natasha Dauzat had been decapitated and her head had been placed in the freezer. A hostage negotiator made contact with Davie Dauzat, who came out of the home covered in blood, police said. The couple’s two toddlers who were home, were not hurt.
Natasha and Davie Dauzat had two toddlers aged 1 and 2
A source close to the investigation said Natasha had been stabbed before she was decapitated.
‘He was still inside with the children at one point, said Sgt. Kory Martin, spokesman for Bellmead Police.
‘We had a hostage negotiator who made contact with him and as soon as we made contact with him, asked him to come outside, he voluntarily came outside and we were able to get him into custody and we quickly had units run inside that home and secure those children and the crime scene.’
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Victim: Natasha Tagliarino Dauzat (left) and husband Davie on Facebook
Police had visited their mobile home just two hours before the murder of Natasha was reported. At the time, police could see nothing amiss with the couple
A large police presence was visible throughout the neighborhood late Thursday morning, and roadways were barricaded around the mobile home park.
Word of the tragedy spread quickly Thursday evening, stunning many who knew them.
James Lee, who said he has lived in the neighborhood since 1993, sat on his front porch, watching firefighters and law enforcement work. Lee said he was shocked by the unusual scene.
‘Emergency responders and rescue people come out here from time to time trying to help people with medical issues, and of course Bellmead (police) out here for fights, but we’ve never had this many police out here at once,’ Lee said.
Law enforcement respond atthe couple’s trailer park home in Bellmead, Dallas to investigate the killing
The couple’s two children, aged one and two-years-old, were at home when the killing took place ‘I heard a man killed his wife and hid in the closest, but I don’t know what for.’
The Dauzats were married August 23, 2014 and had just celebrated their second anniversary.
McLennan County jail records show Dauzat is being held Friday on a murder charge. Bond is set at $500,000.