Murder USA: Police – Timothy Fuller captured in murder of sister-in-law Stacey Lynn Fuller shot before fire was set in Elkridge home

 

Murder USA Stacey Lynn Fuller shot dead fire cover up murder

Timothy Mark Fuller arrested in Florida for Elkridge murder

Timothy Mark Fuller was arrested around 8:20 a.m. today in Jacksonville, Fla., by an officer making routine area checks in a parking lot. He was taken into police custody without incident and Howard County police will be working with Florida authorities. Fuller, 53, was wanted for the murder of his sister-in-law, 39-year-old Stacey Fuller, of the 6600 block of Washington Blvd., at their shared mobile home in Elkridge.

Tim Fuller, who is the brother of Stacey’s husband, was wanted for first- and second-degree murder and first-degree arson. Stacey Fuller was found deceased with traumatic injuries around 10:35 a.m. Jan. 17 during a residential fire in the mobile home.

Police have learned that the three resided together in the mobile home and there may have been an ongoing family dispute.

Police believe Tim Fuller killed Stacey Fuller and set fire to the residence before escaping in a 2005 white Ford Focus. The car was located with Fuller in Florida this morning.

No one else was home at the time of the fire, however four dogs inside the residence also died in the incident. Their cause of death is still being determined.

UPDATE: Timothy Mark Fuller for the murder of sister-in-law Stacey Fuller in Elkridge today; reward up to $3,000 for information.  Four dogs died in fire.

Timothy Mark Fuller wanted for murder of Stacy Lynn Fuller in Howard Co Md 011715

Timothy Mark Fuller wanted for murder of Stacy Lynn Fuller in Howard Co Md 011715

ELKRIDGE, MD. — Howard County Police report that they have obtained an arrest warrant for 53-year-old Timothy Mark Fuller, of the 6600 block of Washington Blvd. in Elkridge, for the murder of his sister-in-law, 39-year-old Stacey Fuller, of the same address, at their shared mobile home in Elkridge.

Tim Fuller, who is the brother of Stacey’s husband, is wanted for first- and second-degree murder and first-degree arson. Stacey Fuller was found deceased around 10:35 a.m. today during a residential fire in the mobile home. She had suffered what appeared to be a gunshot wound.

Police have learned that the three resided together in the mobile home and there may have been an ongoing family dispute.

Police believe Tim Fuller killed Stacey Fuller this morning and set fire to the residence before escaping in a 2005 white Ford Focus, MD tags 9FEM32.

Killer's car similar to this one, from Fuller murder 011715

Killer’s car similar to this one, from Fuller murder 011715

No one else was home at the time of the fire, however four dogs inside the residence also died in the incident. Their cause of death is still being determined.

Anyone with information about Tim Fuller’s whereabouts or who sees his Ford Focus should not approach him, but call 911 immediately. Police believe he is armed and dangerous, and are offering a reward up to $3,000 for information. Callers may also contact police at 410-313-3200.

Stacey Lynn Fuller Identified as Murder Victim in Mobile Home Fire

ELKRIDGE, MD.  – A woman’s whose body was found in a fire that destroyed a mobile home has been declared a murder victim by Howard County Police.

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Police have confirmed the identity of a woman found dead inside her residence during a fire in the Capitol Mobile Park in Elkridge this morning. Stacey Lynn Fuller, 39, of the 6600 block of Washington Blvd.

She was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene, say police. It appeared she had suffered a traumatic injury unrelated to the fire, possibly a gunshot wound.

Police are investigating the incident as a homicide.

At approximately 10:35 a.m., dispatch received multiple calls for a fire at the Capitol Mobile Park.

The Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services arrived and discovered Fuller deceased inside the residence. No one else was in the home at the time. The fire was extinguished shortly after fire fighters’ arrival and the cause is undetermined.

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