Police believe that a Wisconsin University Doctor and her husband were targeted and murdered in a vicious and calculated manner. Beth Potter & Robin Carre were found lying in a ditch by a jogger. Carre was declared dead on the scene and Potter was taken to hospital but died shortly afterwards.
Ali’jah J. Larrue, 18, was taken into custody Friday evening and booked into the Dane CountyJail on two counts of party to a crime of first-degree intentional homicide. Early Friday, UWPD arrested Khari Sanford, 18, who also was charged with two counts of party to a crime of first degree intentional homicide.
Investigators believe that this was not a random act. Though no specific information has yet been provided regarding where and when or how the homicide was perpetrated.
Potter, 52 was a respected associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine andCommunity Health at UW Medical School as well as the medical director of employee healthservices for UW Health.
Her husband Carre 57, was an educational consultant & a former professor at Viterbo University.