CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) - The Currituck County Sheriff confirmed the body of Paul Jandreauwas found in his home, and detectives charged his wife with firstdegree murder. Lateisha Jandreau is apparently a professional bodybuilder who currently works at Xe formerly known as Blackwaterlocated in Moyock.
The Currituck County Sheriff's office also listed LateishaJandreau's brother, Eugene Askew, as a person of interest in theinvestigation.
Askew is said to be from Rocky Mount N.C. and has family inWindsor County. Authorities said he frequents Suffolk, ElizabethCity N.C. and Gates County N.C.
He is 39-years-old and is described as having a slim build bythe Currituck County Sheriff's office.
Anyone with information on Askew's whereabouts is asked to callthe Currituck County Sheriff's Office at 252-232-2216.
When Paul Jandreau did not show up for work Wednesday morning,his friends at BAE Systems in Norfolk called WAVY.com for help.
"We got a search warrant for the home when Mr. Jandreau's wifebecame uncooperative," said Sheriff Susan Johnson.
Sheriff Johnson said deputies showed up at the Jandreau homeSaturday morning, announced their arrival, and then systematicallysearched the home. "We went room to room. When we got to a backbedroom, we found Ms. Jandreau balled up in a closet. She seemedsurprised that we found her."
Paul Jandreau's body was taken to the medical examiner for anautopsy. The Sheriff places time of death between Tuesday nightJune 29, and Wednesday morning June 30th. Mr. Jandreau was not atwork Wednesday morning which concerned his co-workers.
Sheriff Johnson and her deputies found Jandreau's body concealedin the garage. No other suspects are being questioned at this time.Ms. Jandreau is being held at the Currituck County DetentionFacility without bond, and her first court appearance is on July7th.
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