A man who was accused of tearing his wife’s throat and playing his deceased wife’s favorite music for the first time

A man in Seminole County is expected to go to the judge for the first time after police say he killed his wife.

The two were married only about a year ago.

Police at Alta Monte Springs said the man had confessed the murder and some disturbing details.

He told investigators that he didn’t stop before killing her because it was a “going all the way” type of person, not “the way he grew up.”

Xichen Yang is accused of first-class planned murder and destruction of evidence on suspicion of the death of his wife Nhu Quynh Pham.

Read: The man cut his wife’s throat and played her favorite music when she died, police at Alta Monte Springs say.

Investigators said it was his employer who called the police on Tuesday after he did not appear at work.

They told his boss that he was angry with his wife, did an indescribable act, and was cleaning it up.

According to court documents, police officers corresponded to the couple’s apartment on the corner of Ballad and Ronald Reagan Boulevard. There they found a femme with a slit in their throat.

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Yang told police that she had burned her passport and killed her.

According to police, Yang put his wife in the tub, “played her favorite music,” and admitted that she “held her hand” for about 10 minutes until she died.

Yang was also previously arrested for beating his wife in Orange County, but the indictment was found to have been withdrawn.

Yang will make his debut this afternoon.

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