A Texas male was jailed and charged with murder weeks after he apparently eliminated a guy who remained in a relationship with his better half, according to authorities.

On November 19, the city of El Paso classified the occurrence as an “exacerbated break-in.” Last Friday, Bernard Christmann, 50, was jailed in connection with the death of Juan Anzaldo, 49, who was waiting his automobile in the El Paso Airport parking area after his work shift.

Police determined the cause of death as “blunt force injury” to Anzaldo’s head. In their examination, authorities stated Anzaldo remained in a relationship with Christmann’s partner. Officers apprehended Christmann at his house, and court records suggest his bail was set at $1.25 million.

Christmann presumably tracked Anzaldo utilizing a site called True People Search and made a note of when Anzaldo would show up and leave from work, according to an authorities affidavit acquired by regional television station KTSM. On the night of the killing, Christmann presumably concealed behind a tree in a hooded sweatshirt that hid his face and after that slashed Anzaldo’s tires prior to parking his automobile at a neighboring hotel.

A forensic analysis of Christmann’s phone activity put him at the airport throughout the time of the killing, according to KTSM. Christmann had actually apparently informed authorities he was getting groceries for an Instacart order when Anzaldo was eliminated.

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Bernard Christmann was apprehended and charged with murder in connection with the killing of his better half’s partner, who worked as a Southwest Airlines ground operations worker in El Paso, Texas.
El Paso Sherriff’s Office

When Anzaldo discovered the tires of his automobile had actually been slashed, he called a colleague, who heard a male approaching him and weeps for assistance throughout a battle, according to KTSM. The colleague and another worker hurried to the car park, where one chased after a male in a hoodie, who they thought was a suspect in Anzaldo’s death.

KTSM reported that authorities weren’t specific Christmann and his other half, Elaine, were wed at the time of the killing, as some individuals stated they were separated. Authorities validated the 2 were still lawfully wed, although Elaine stated she had actually been dating Anzaldo for one year when he was eliminated. She presumably texted Christmann, “Interesting how you’re still out,” at 9 p.m., quickly prior to the killing.

Although the killing raises issues about public security at the airport, the city of El Paso rejected there is any hazard, stating the November 19 violence was a separated occasion.

Southwest Airlines validated to regional television station KVIA that Anzaldo was a staff member in its ground operations department.

” This is a heartbreaking, awful loss for the Southwest Team, and we extend inmost compassions to our coworker’s household, enjoyed ones, and their extended Southwest Family. Southwest management is concentrated on supporting our staff members while we provide our complete assistance to the active examination being carried out by regional police,” the airline company informed KVIA.

Newsweek connected to the El Paso constable’s workplace for remark however did not get a reaction in time for publication.

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