A woman who is accused of being a high class prostitute in California was recently arrested on charges of second-degree murder, destruction of evidence and drug possession after allegedly killing a Google executive with too much heroin and leaving the scene.
The 26-year-old Alex Tichelman allegedly injected Forrest Hayes, 51, with heroin while on his yacht, administering a lethal dose. Hayes was found by police dead in November on his luxury yacht in Santa Cruz. Hayes was married with five children at the time, according to the Daily News.
Police tracked Tichelman by looking at Hayes’s text messages and then contacting her under the guise of being clientele.
According to surveillance cameras, Tichelman did not call for help after she injected Hayes and he passed out. Instead, the woman from Georgia picked up her things and left after trying to cover up some evidence.
“She was so callous that she literally stepped over the victim’s body to retrieve her glass of wine and finish her glass of wine as the victim is laying there dying at her feet,” Santa Cruz Deputy Police Chief Steve Clark told KPIX-TV. “She showed no regard for him.”
An obituary for Hayes, a former auto industry and Apple worker, was published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel after the incident.
“Forrest will be remembered above all as a loving husband and father,” read his obituary. “More than anything else he enjoyed spending time with his family at home and on his boat. His brilliant mind, contagious smile and warm embrace will be missed and cherished in memories by his friends and family.”
Source: Daily News