Indiana widow and her lover charged with murder of firefighter husband

An Indiana woman and her alleged lover were charged with murder Thursday in the shooting death of the woman’s firefighter husband three years ago.

Elizabeth PKB-Doerr, 50, and Larry Richmond Sr., 41, are charged with killing Robert Doerr, who was found shot dead in the driveway of the Evansville home he shared with his wife on 26 February 2019, police said Thursday.

“This senseless act of selflessness will forever leave a void in Robby’s family, friends and co-workers,” Evansville Police Chief Billy Bolin said at a news conference.

“His death shook this community… [he was] truly one of the bravest in Evansville. Today is the first step to seeing some kind of justice for Robby.

Doerr, 51, was shot three times after returning home from a shift at the Evansville Fire Station, police said.

Elizabeth PKB-Doerr has been arrested in connection with the murder of her husband.
Evansville Police Department
Photo of Larry Richmond Sr.
Larry Richmond Sr., lover of Elizabeth PKB-Doerr, was also arrested for the murder of Robert Doerr.
Evansville Police Department

PKB-Doerr and Richmond were already in jail on separate charges when Evansville police announced the murder charges. PKB-Doerr has been behind bars on a perjury charge since July 12, and Richmond has been incarcerated since 2019 on federal firearms charges.

PKB-Doerr allegedly spoke on the phone with Richmond minutes before dialing 911 on the day of her husband’s death and later deleting the call log, police said.

The wife admitted to deleting the call log because she knew Richmond “had some trouble before” and feared investigators thought she was having an affair with him, according to the affidavit.

Richmond allegedly admitted to the affair, his son Larry Richmond Jr. told police. He also said he saw his father and PKB-Doerr kissing in a car. Investigators also recovered a letter written by the victim addressed to his wife which detailed the issues of his infidelity.

Richmond has long been a suspect in the case and allegedly repeatedly told another inmate that he was romantically involved with PKB-Doerr and shot her husband dead.

“We are relieved that the long wait is over and that the individuals involved in this murder are brought to justice not only for Robby’s murder, but also for the pain they have caused his family, friends and our department,” Evansville Fire Chief Mike Larson said. the press conference.



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