The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested a 26-year-old man into custody, cited as a person of interest in the brutal murder of a 20-year-old found bound in her apartment. According to the arrest warrant, the Seminole County man told the authorities that a masked woman killed his former roommate.
Seminole County Man Had Romantic Interests in Victim
A Seminole County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson declared on Saturday that 26-year-old Asgeirr Ulfr was arrested in connection with an Apopka home slaying.
According to the authorities, the events started to unfold last week when Ulfr dialed 911 and told the operator that he found 20-year-old Christina Daniella Scarr unresponsive in her bedroom.
When asked to describe the situation, Ulfr told the authorities that he swung by Scarr’s home to drop off a key when he found the door ajar. After entering the house, the individual claimed to see a woman wearing a leather mask leaving through the back door.
Once he stepped into the bedroom, he found Scarr lying on the bed. According to Ulfr’s description, Scarr’s face was entirely covered by duct tape, with both hands bound to the bed with the same tape, and feet tied with electrical cables. Ulfr also told the 911 operator that the assailant shot him in the leg before vanishing.
An investigation revealed that the man deliberately concealed several facts about Scarr and about what happened in her Apopka house.
According to the authorities, Scarr and Ulfr met at the beginning of January, while working at the Olive Garden restaurant and ended up becoming roommates. While some sources speculate that they might have been romantically involved, Scarr’s boyfriend told the authorities that they were only roommates and coworkers.
However, after a short while, Ulfr developed feelings for Scarr who was already committed. Allegedly, the Seminole County man installed an application on Scarr’s iPhone in order to track her movements.
Ulfr’s statement was entirely destroyed after the authorities found two weapons at his house and electric cables in his car’s trunk.
The man was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
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