Former NFL Secret Lover Kidnaps And Kills Wife Before Her self
|Former NFL Secret Lover Kidnaps And Kills Wife Before Her self|
Clayton County police told USA Today that Barnett's wife, Sandra Barnett, was on the phone with a friend when his girlfriend, Lisa Brown, showed up at their Ellenwood home Wednesday.
Carroll County authorities located Brown's vehicle and began to chase her The following day,After passing state lines into Alabama, Brown stopped in the middle of the interstate and shot Barnett before killing herself. The women were both teachers
"Lisa Brown was driving a vehicle owned by Buster," Clayton County Police Capt. Richard Gandee told Reports.
"Lisa Brown was actually on probation for kidnapping out of the state of Texas [two years ago].
She had kidnapped her child that she had lost custody of, and the jurisdiction down there had to track her for like three days to find her."
Buster previously played as a tight end for the Buffalo Bills from 1981 to 1984. Police say that Buster and Lisa had been having an affair for several years.
Neighbors said they grew suspicious when they saw the Durango outside of her home on Wednesday. They said that Barnett had recently replaced a lock on her gate that she believed someone had tampered with.
|Wife Of Buster Barnett|
Coworkers told Reports that Matt Pearl that Barnett's husband is Buster Barnett, who played four seasons with the NFL's Buffalo Bills from 1981 through 1984, according to NFL.com.
He attended Jackson State University.
Police say Barnett has been in an affair with Brown for several years.
Brown, 49, from Lithonia, Ga., had previous run-ins with the law, police said.
"Lisa Brown was actually on probation for kidnapping out of the state of Texas," said Gandee.
"She had kidnapped her child that she had lost custody of, and the jurisdiction down there had to track her for like three days to find her."
Brown was also a teacher.
Atlanta Public Schools tells Reports Kevin Rowson that Brown taught at North Atlanta High School and was with the system from 2008 until 2013.
APS officials could not if the 2013 Texas kidnapping had any relation to her leaving the school.