Disturbing details have emerged Sunday about a Pennsylvania man accused of stalking his estranged wife in an alleged failed attempt to kidnap, rape and murder her.
The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office says Jeffrey Caconway Sr., 52, stabbed his soon-to-be ex-wife multiple times in the leg in the parking lot of the King of Prussia Walmart around 10:45 a.m. It was announced that.
Upper Merion Township police responded to a domestic assault in progress and found the victim in the parking lot after running from the vehicle. Officials said the suspect was found in a nearby parking lot with a “large metal pick” sticking out of his sweatshirt pocket and was tied with black zip ties shaped like handcuffs.
Officers found other disturbing items inside the suspect’s pickup truck, including several “drilling tools,” a blindfold, duct tape, a knife, pliers and other tools. One of the piercing tools had the victim’s name written on it, according to the District Attorney’s Office.
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A court order issued after the suspect was arrested on Oct. 31 for stalking and a two-page note in a sealed manila envelope were also found in the car. After his arrest, Kay-Conway was released on $5,000 unsecured bail.
According to authorities, a note at the bottom of the court order reads, “You have 1.5 months to kill that B. You could have killed him 17 times if you wanted to. What a week (sic) system.” It is said that it was written.
Authorities said the note, which was in a manila envelope, was labeled “Last Read” and began by stating that both he and the victim were “already dead.” It detailed how he stalked his estranged wife and attempted to rape and murder the victim.
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Investigators said they learned Kay Conway placed a tracking device on the victim’s car and followed her to a Walmart parking lot before assaulting and attempting to kidnap her on Sunday.
“The most dangerous time for a domestic violence victim is when they leave their abuser,” said District Attorney Kevin Steele. “This case shows how dangerous domestic violence, including stalking, can be.”
Kay-Conway is charged with attempted murder, attempted kidnapping, attempted rape, aggravated assault and stalking.
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He was denied bail and taken to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility ahead of a preliminary hearing scheduled for Dec. 11.