Massachusetts officials said on Tuesday that Ana Walshe’s husband (Bryan Walshe) has been charged with murder because of her disappearance. In a statement, Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey said that Brian Walshe was already in jail because he was accused of making it harder for police to find his missing wife.
He was then given a second arrest warrant for murder. He will be taken to the Quincy District Court, where he will be charged on January 18. In this article, we will discuss Who is Bryan Walshe and why he is arrested.
What does Brian Walshe do for a living?
When Brian Walshe’s wife went missing, he was doing time for selling imitation Andy Warhol artworks and was under house arrest awaiting punishment at the time.
On his LinkedIn page, Walshe mentions three different positions, one of which is as the chief financial officer of both LETS: Leadership & Effective Teamwork Strategies and Capital Letters Consulting. It does not appear that one of the alleged companies has a website.
According to the documents filed in his federal art fraud case, he completed boarding school and attended Carnegie Mellon University, although he did not graduate from either institution.
When did Brian And Ana Get Marry?
According to a witness, Brian Walshe and Ana were married on December 21, 2015, at a church located in Boston, in front of a few dozen members of their family and friends.
When they first met in 2008, Ana described the relationship between them as “love at first sight” in court documents submitted to the federal government.
After being married, the couple went on to produce three sons, who are now ages 2, 4, and 6, and Ana Walshe said that her husband is a devoted father to all of their children.
Brian Previous Legal Case
In April of 2021, Brian Walshe entered a guilty plea to the charge that he had sold imitation Andy Warhol paintings from 1978 to an art dealer in California and to a customer in France.
After stealing the originals from a college acquaintance, he had prints created, which he then attempted to pass off as genuine. He had the originals taken.
After it came to light that he may have stolen money from his late father’s estate, the court in Boston was on the verge of giving him a sentence that did not include any time spent in jail for the audacious art theft.
Brian’s Statement About His Wife!
Brian Walshe was charged in Quincy District Court on Monday with lying to police about where he was after his wife went missing. He was ordered to be held on $500,000 cash bail.
On Monday, January 9, 2023, Brian Walshe goes to Quincy District Court in Massachusetts to be arraigned on a charge that he lied to investigators.
He is said to have told police that his wife had an urgent work meeting in Washington, D.C. and that she left their Cohasset home early on New Year’s Day in a ride-share to catch a flight.
But prosecutors said there was no record of her taking a ride-share, and her phone rang twice off a tower near their house on January 1 and 2, after he said she had left for the airport.
Brian Walshe may be the worst criminal ever. pic.twitter.com/xspzleNufw
— Marvin Gardens 🏴☠️ (@MarvinGard3ns) January 18, 2023
He said he ran errands for his mother the next day at Whole Foods and CVS, but police said they didn’t see him on any surveillance video from those stores.
Brian Walshe didn’t tell the police that on January 2, he went to Home Depot and bought cleaning supplies for $450 in cash. Police say that going on the trip was against the rules of his house arrest.
Law enforcement sources told media that Brian Walshe had looked up on the internet how to get rid of a 115-pound woman and how to cut up a body.
Brian Arrested For His Wife’s Murder!
The death of Brian Walshe’s wife, Ana Walshe, has led to a murder charge against him, said Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey.
He was being held at the Norfolk County House of Corrections, and on Wednesday, he was going to be taken to Quincy District Court to be charged with murder.
The prosecutor said, “More information about the investigation and the evidence to back up the charges will likely be given at arraignment, but it won’t be given at this time.”