A paramedic allegedly killed his wife for the insurance payout. The method? Eye drops.
January 1, 2020 by
Stacy Robinson Hunsucker’s husband told several different versions of events in recounting how he found his wife dying.
Joshua Lee Hunsucker, 35, told police on Sept. 23, 2018, that he was outside making sure his car was locked, according to ABC News’s review of the affidavit. He told a friend that he was out on a walk and another friend that he had been chopping wood in the backyard of their Mount Holly, N.C., home.
He told his mother-in-law that he was on his computer at the kitchen table when he happened to turn around and see his wife slouching on the couch, ABC News reported.
What the trained paramedic didn’t say was that he killed his wife, the mother of his now 5- and 6-year old daughters, and that he did it with eye drops, prosecutors said.
Hunsucker was arrested Thursday evening — over a year after his wife’s death — for his suspected role in her demise