A husband in Missouri admitted to police that he shot dead his wife of just eight months during argument where he he told that their marriage was a mistake
Aaron Guilliams has been charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the killing his newly wed wife Crystal Hanshew over the weekend
Police allege that Guilliams, 31, admitted to killing 34-year-old Hanshew, when officers arrived at their Minnesota home
The couple had been arguing in the hallway of their home on Sunday night
He claimed that Hanshew hit her husband in the face to which he responded by saying their marriage should not have happened
Guilliams is the alleged to have grabbed a gun from the couple’s bedroom and aimed at his wife
He fired one shot at Hanshew’s face after she dared him to pull the trigger, killing her
Guilliams is being held in lieu of $500,000 bond and is yet to enter please to the charges
A man in St. Charles, Missouri has been arrested, accused of shooting dead his wife after having an argument .
Aaron Guilliams, 31, has been charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the killing of 34-year-old Crystal Hanshew.
The pair both from St. Cloud, near Minneapolis, had been married for just eight months.
The shooting took place on Sunday night, just before midnight.
Police arrived on scene to find Hanshew suffering from a single gunshot wound.
Guilliams is said to have explained to police that they began arguing in the hallway of their home in the moments before the shooting according to People.
According to a police probable cause statement, Guilliams told police that while he and Hanshew argued in the hallway of their home on Sunday night, she was “flailing her arms” and struck him in the face.
He then went to their bedroom and retrieved a .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol and confronted his wife.
Guilliams allegedly told Hanshew he never should have married her and pointed the gun at her face.
Hanshew allegedly told Guilliams that he wouldn’t pull the trigger. He then fired a shot to her face and fatally wounding his wife, according to the probable cause statement.
He is currently behind bars in lieu of $500,000 bond at St. Charles County Jail. He reportedly, is yet to enter pleas to the charges laid against him.