Who Was Julie Ann Stewart? Bio, Wiki, Murder, Suspect, Police Report

Julie Ann Stewart
Julie Ann Stewart

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Julie Ann Stewart Was the wife of Gerard Stewart and belong to Florida. When she was planning to divorce her husband he stabbed her to death.

AGE:

Julie Ann Stewart was 42 years old.

DETAIL OF INCIDENCE:

Gerard Stewart aware of his wife’s plan to divorce him and “take everything, including their son,” stabbed her to death and then placed her body in the trunk of his car before telling a neighbor he’d done so, later surrendering to police. The incident on June 15, 2018, at the couple’s Jacksonville home, unfolded after Julie had filed for divorce two months earlier. The man, Gerard Stewart, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to killing hours before he was scheduled to go on trial for her murder.

The couple had been married for 20 years when Julie told her husband she was leaving him, The neighbor who heard Stewart confess called the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

 

Officers arrived as Stewart was pulling his car out of the garage. He stopped the car and went back inside the house, launching a three-hour standoff with The Jacksonville Times-Union. An arrest affidavit obtained by First Coast News alleged that Stewart subsequently downed a large number of pills in an effort to end his own life.

 

Officers were able to safely remove the couple’s then 9-year-old boy from the home before his father emerged and was taken into custody. The state attorney’s office says that after his arrest, Stewart ” killed his wife by stabbing her two to three times, but an autopsy revealed 13 wounds, including her throat being cut.

Stewart told that his wife told him she was going to take everything, including their son, from him in their upcoming divorce,” according to the state attorney’s office. “He then told them that after killing his wife, he wrapped her inside trash bags secured with tape and placed her in the trunk of his vehicle. The investigation revealed text messages that showed Stewart knew of his wife’s plans several days before the crime.”Stewart previously was tried for first-degree murder in the case, but jurors deadlocked while still finding him guilty of tampering with evidence in the death of his wife.

Stewart now faces up to life in prison when he is sentenced at a later date.