Man stabbed his 27-year-old newly wed wife to death at his home n Queens, NY on Friday night, before killing himself
The alleged killer, identified as 33-year-old Dinhwar Budhidat then texted his cousins to tell them he’d killed her before hanging himself from a tree’ in Queens murder-suicide horror
After fatally stabbing the woman, the man reportedly texted the woman’s cousin and told her that his wife was dead and that he had plans to kill himself
The couple who have a history of domestic violence, wedded in July but quickly developed problems and didn’t live together, relatives said
FDNY arrived at the man’s home and found the woman dead with stab injuries to her torso
Police using a helicopter located the victim’s husband hanging from a tree in Howard Beach a mile and half away
The man was arrested last summer for domestic assault
‘I got a phone call from my cousin who got the text. She called me in a panic and we both rushed over here.’
The couple did not live together, said relatives.
When first responders arrived just after 8 p.m. at the husband’s home on in Ozone Park, they found his estranged wife dead of multiple stab wounds in his first floor apartment, said police.
Using a helicopter, police located the victim’s husband later hanging from a tree about one and a half miles away in Spring Creek Park, south of the Belt Parkway.
When cops arrived at the husband’s home in the Ozone Park area of Queens, just after 8 p.m on Friday night, they found his estranged wife dead of multiple stab wounds in his first floor apartment, said police.
Cops later found a the killer hanging from a tree about a mile and half mile away in Spring Creek Park, south of the Belt Parkway.
The couple had an ongoing history of domestic violence. After wedding in July, quickly developed issues and became estranged – with the husband getting arrested for assault last summer
The couple got married in July but quickly developed issues and became estranged, living is separate residences.
Sources say that the two had an ongoing domestic violence history with the suspect getting arrested last summer for assault.
‘Every relationship has problems,’ said Toolaram. ‘I just didn’t think the problems would be big enough to result in such violence.’