An Indiana woman and her alleged girlfriend were charged with murder Thursday after shooting the husband of a firefighter three years ago.
Elizabeth Foxdore, 50, and her 41-year-old Larry Richmond Sr. were found shot dead in the driveway of the Evansville home they shared with their wife on February 26. Robert is charged with murdering his Doerr. In 2019, police announced Thursday.
Evansville Police Chief Billy Bolin said at a press conference, "This selfless act will cost Robbie's family, his friends and colleagues forever."
"His death rocked this community … [he was] truly one of the bravest men in Evansville. Today is the first step in seeing some justice in Robbie." 46}
Doerr, 51, was shot three times after returning home from his shift at the Evansville fire station, police said.
When the Evansville Police announced the murder charges, Fox Doerr and Richmond were already in prison on separate charges. Fox-Doerr has been in prison on perjury charges since her July 12th, and Richmond has been in jail on federal gun charges since 2019.
Fox-Doerr said she spoke on the phone minutes before Richmond dialed her 911 on the day of her husband's death and then deleted her call records. Police said.
According to the affidavit, the wife confessed to deleting the call records because she knew Richmond "had been in trouble before," and that investigators suspected she had an affair with him.
His son Larry Richmond Jr. told police that Richmond admitted to the incident. He also said he witnessed his father and his Fox-Doerr kissing in the car. Investigators also recovered a letter written by the victim to her wife detailing her infidelity issues.
Richmond has long been a suspect in the case, having reportedly been romantically involved with Fox Doerr and shooting her husband, multiple times another inmate.
"After a long wait, those responsible for this murder will be brought to justice not only for the murder of Robbie, but for the pain they have caused his family, friends, and our department." I'm relieved that this happened," Evansville said. Fire Chief Mike Larson said at a press conference: