According to Arkansas police, the husband shot his wife after complaining that she was not having sex with her.


A man in Arkansas has been accused of shooting his wife after a discussion about sex, police said.

A 30-year-old Fayetteville man and his wife did not allow them to drive in the afternoon and began fighting on Tuesday night. And they insisted, “About her refusing to have sex with him when he requested.” Said.

The woman told police that her husband had picked up a gun and pointed at her head to trigger it, but for safety he did not fire. When she passed him to leave the room, the woman said her husband had triggered again, and this time shot her head, police said.

The woman bleeds from her head, goes to another apartment for help, and her neighbor calls 911.

After the police and doctors arrived, the woman was taken to a local hospital, but her husband was no longer in the apartment, police said. He was later arrested by police in Springdale, a city just north of Fayetteville.

In an interview with an investigator, police said the man “shot her because she wanted to get her out of life” and threw a gun into Lake Fayetteville just before she was arrested. Told.

The man was imprisoned on suspicion of domestic abuse and falsification of physical evidence.

According to police, the woman was expected to survive.

Fayetteville is a city of approximately 85,000 in northwestern Arkansas.

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