Brian Walshe Google search history: Searches made after Jan. 1 – WMUR Manchester

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Brian Walshe charged with murder

mr Walsh My complaint 23 0318. You are charged on the first day of january 2023 with assault to beat on awash with intent to murder that person. You’re also charged the return of the body. Did without lawful authority. Did willfully dig up or remove human remains? Not guilty pleas entered. You understand your honor? We’re not contesting bail or probable cause so we would ask that he be released. Thank you. Thank you for the commonwealth. The defendant is now before the court charged with murder of his wife. Ana Walsh as well as dysentery of the body. Ana was 39 years old and the mother of three Children. 24 and six ana worked in Washington D. C. Splitting her time weekdays between D. C. During the week and staying in her house in where she lived with the defendant and their three kids. On january 4th of 2023. Cohasset police received um *** call from her Washington D. C. Employer indicating that she was missing. Um She was due to report to work on january 4th but did not appear. She had *** flight on january 3rd from Logan to D. C. Which she did not board. Police went to their house. That chief justice pushing highway for *** well being check. It was only at this time while when they met with the defendant that he first reported his wife missing, defendant stated his wife left the house at approximately six a.m. On january 1st New Year’s Day. He stated she took an over *** lift uh to go to the airport that she was turning to D. C. For work records were checked and there were no uber ellipse to that house. On january 1st defendant said he had not spoken to his wife since the early morning hours on New Year’s Day. Police were granted permission to being um on his phone to locate her or her phone and his phone indicated that it was stationary in the area of the Cohasset House on New Year’s Eve until 3 14 am on january 2nd. There were no outgoing calls made at that time and at 3:14 a.m. On the second was turned off defendant stated honor should have been wearing *** dress, *** black jacket, hunter boots watch ring as well as carrying *** Prada purse. Defendant gave *** timeline or six or 6:10 a.m. On the first when he last saw her. What I’d like to do now is just described his actions in the days. From january 1st defended indicated on january 1st uh at three p.m. He did some errands and he went to his mother’s house in swamps but lost because he didn’t have his phone. He said he knew he was lost when he saw the pirate ship on route one defendant stayed, stayed 15 minutes then went to whole foods and cbs surveillance was checked and he did not enter either of those stores. On january 4th first defendant google using his son’s ipad. Some of the searches are as follows. Keep in mind that the defendant said he left at 16 6 a.m. At 4 55 AM. On january 1st. He searched how long before the body starts to smell. At 4 58 AM. How to stop the body from decomposing at 5:20 a.m. He searched how to bound avoided at 5 47 AM. 10 ways to dispose dispose of *** dead body if you really need to at 6 25 AM on the first. How long for someone to be missing to inherit? At 6 34 AM on first. Can you throw away body parts at 9 29 AM. What does formaldehyde due at 9 34 AM. One first. How long does DNA last? At 9:59 AM. Can identification be made on partial remains at 11:34 AM. Dismemberment. And the best ways to dispose of the body. At 11 44. How to clean blood from wooden floor at 11 56 on the first Luminol to detect blood at 108. What happens when you put body parts in pneumonia at 1 21 PM. Is it better to throw crime scene clothes away or wash them? Those on the January one. There was also information came from the defendant’s phone which showed on January two. He was at home uh goods in Norwell where he purchased three rugs. There were also more google searches on january 2nd. At 12:45 p.m. Perhaps our best to to dismember at 1:10 p.m. Can you be charged with murder without *** body at 1:14 p.m. Can you identify *** body without with broken teeth on january 2nd floor windows. Uh The defendant was seen on surveillance at the Home Depot and Rockman and checking the surveillance. The defendant is observed on security camera pushing *** cop items, included, cleaning products, mops, brushes, tape top type, *** tiger suit with boot covers, buckets, gardens, baking soda hatchet. He had *** face mask and rubber gloves on. At the time he was pushing the car and home Depot 5 32. He was seen at the german street and hang on. Now removing gloves and the mask Data from his phone. Also tracked his whereabouts on January three locations uh were traveled at 4 27 on january 3rd to an apartment complex in Abington, surveillance shows the defendant’s follow as well as the male fitting the defendant’s appearance, exit *** car near the dumpster, he walks to the dumpster carrying garbage bag, he’s leaning and it appears to be heavy as he has to shift it, shift it into the dumpster, he walks to the dumpster with the garbage bag uh and leaves it for 48. He hit another complex in Addington and at 5 10 PM. Cellphone shows records at another apartment in brockton. On video shows *** party consistent with his appearance and his again he discarded items in the dumpster on january 3rd that same day at 102 PM. He did some more google searches. What happens to here on *** dead body at 1 13 PM. What is the rate of decomposition of the body found in *** plastic bag compared to on *** surface in the woods at 1 20 PM and baking soda mask or make *** body smell good. On january 4th. Uh the following day, the defendant went to HomeGoods and T. J. Maxx. He purchased towels as well as bath mats and men’s clothing at 4 15 that day on the fourth he went to Lowe’s where he purchased squeegees and *** trash can On January four when police went to the house on the well being check office observed his Volvo with seats down in *** plastic line up in the back of the uh, the next day view of the Volvo showed his seats folded down floor mats with some dirt in the carpet appeared to show fresh vacuum streets. When asked about the line of the defendant said he threw in the trash chemist uh later uh analyzed the car and was president of life in the car. On january 5th review of the data from defendants. Phone showed his phone travel at eight a.m. First his daycare and then to swamp skit where his mother resides. The phone traveled to the complex where his mother lives at 9:30 a.m. Went for about five minutes around the building to the southeast corner. In the southeast corner of that complex uh is where there was *** dumpster. The dumpster was latest secured and searched on january 8th. Police and crime scene services searched the house in capacity. They found blood in the basement the night with the presence of blood. The knife was damaged. *** second knife was also found in that basement. In addition, there was heavy duty large top plastic liners purchased from that home depot. As part of the investigation. Police check for activity on honest credit cards, banks, flights, trains. There was no activity. Um, since she was last seen on January one police also tried to track down what happened to the bags that the defendant was seen throwing in the dumpster earlier. Um, this was over in Abington. These bags, what was in them were already picked up and taken to *** location for shredding into being passed incinerated by the time police located that they’re already destroyed. However, investigators did secure and search the dumpsters from defendants mothers complex and swamp skit. It was searched at *** transfer station in PVT, investigators recovered 10 trash bags inside the trash bags. Many of these items contained uh stains consistent with blood. In fact, *** lot among the items secured were towels, rags, slippers, tape suit, gloves, cleaning agents, carpets, rugs, Hunter boots, *** covid 19 vaccine card in the name of Lana Walsh *** hack saw *** hatchet and some cutting sheets. The person boots were described as what anna was last seen in *** portion of the rug was heavily staying with red brown stains. The substance was consistent with also having baking soda on. There was *** portion of *** necklace consistent with one that had been seen wearing in photos. The state crime lab for testing on certain selected items that were recovered from most trash bags. There was human blood one found found on them and then they were sent for DNA testing. The findings of his follows on the slippers and the interior honor. And brian Walsh were contributors to the D. N. ***. On those slippers which had blood on them on the exterior honor. And brian Walsh contributed to the D. N. ***. Found on those slippers. The Tyvek suit on the interior cuffs on and brian Walsh contributed to the D. N. ***. That was left on them on the exterior, partially on the exterior left pant leg on *** Walsh was contributed to the D. N. ***. On the interior right sleeve on *** Walsh was about *** contributor to the D. N. ***. That was found on the uh suit. There was tissues which found that Donna Walsh contributed to the D. N. ***. Uh there was one other earlier Google search which would be *** note on December 27, defendant googled what’s the best state to divorce for *** man rather than divorce? It is believed that Brian Walsh dismembered on Walsh and discarded her body. The bags related scott in swampscott and contained uh on his property. And the items used to clean up as well as the D. N. ***. That was left behind. The commonwealth is asking to be held without bail for the murder of his life. No, your honor. Thank you. Not at this time, but I will your honor. We have *** date of February seven already for the uh if we want to put it on the status on that day and that’s by Zoom your honor, correct status status. Thank you. So sir, you held without bail until February 9th, 2023 Or sadistic Also. Thank you.

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Read the several Google searches Brian Walshe allegedly made after wife Ana Walshe went missing

Brian Walshe charged with murder

A Massachusetts prosecutor read aloud more than a dozen Google searches allegedly made by a man arraigned Wednesday on a murder charge in connection with the death of his wife.Brian Walshe, 47, is charged with murder, misleading police and improper transport or handling of human remains in the presumed death of his wife, Ana Walshe, 39, of Cohasset, Massachusetts. The couple share three children, ages 6 and under. Brian Walshe made 20 separate Google searches from Jan. 1-3 that largely involved ways to dispose of a dead body, prosecutor Lynn Beland said. >> See raw video from the arraignmentUsing his personal cell phone and his son’s iPad, Brian Walshe allegedly searched for the following phrases:4:55 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long before a body starts to smell”4:58 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to stop a body from decomposing”5:20 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to embalm a body”5:47 a.m. on Jan. 1: “10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to”6:25 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long for someone to be missing to inherit”6:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “can you throw away body parts”9:29 a.m. on Jan. 1: “what does fermaldahyde do”9:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long does DNA last”9:59 a.m. on Jan. 1: “can identification be made on partial remains”11:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body”11:44 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to clean blood from wooden floor”11:56 a.m. on Jan. 1: “luminal to detect blood”1:08 p.m. on Jan. 1: “what happens when you put body parts in ammonia”1:21 p.m. on Jan. 1: “is it better to throw crime scene clothes away or wash them”12:45 p.m. on Jan. 2: “hacksaw best tool to dismember”1:10 p.m. on Jan. 2: “can you be charged with murder without a body”1:14 p.m. on Jan. 2: “can you identify a body with broken teeth”1:02 p.m. on Jan. 3: “what happens to hair on a dead body”1:13 p.m. on Jan. 3: “what is the rate of decomposition of a body found in a plastic bag compared to on a surface in the woods”1:20 p.m. on Jan. 3: “can baking soda make a body smell good”Beland also mentioned a search made on Dec. 27 that she said was notable. She said Brian Walshe searched, “what’s the best state to divorce for a man.””Rather than divorce, it is believed that Brian Walshe dismembered Ana Walshe and discarded her body,” Beland said in court. Brian Walshe was ordered to be held without bail.

A Massachusetts prosecutor read aloud more than a dozen Google searches allegedly made by a man arraigned Wednesday on a murder charge in connection with the death of his wife.

Brian Walshe, 47, is charged with murder, misleading police and improper transport or handling of human remains in the presumed death of his wife, Ana Walshe, 39, of Cohasset, Massachusetts. The couple share three children, ages 6 and under.

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Brian Walshe made 20 separate Google searches from Jan. 1-3 that largely involved ways to dispose of a dead body, prosecutor Lynn Beland said.

>> See raw video from the arraignment

Using his personal cell phone and his son’s iPad, Brian Walshe allegedly searched for the following phrases:

  • 4:55 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long before a body starts to smell”
  • 4:58 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to stop a body from decomposing”
  • 5:20 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to embalm a body”
  • 5:47 a.m. on Jan. 1: “10 ways to dispose of a dead body if you really need to”
  • 6:25 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long for someone to be missing to inherit”
  • 6:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “can you throw away body parts”
  • 9:29 a.m. on Jan. 1: “what does fermaldahyde do”
  • 9:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how long does DNA last”
  • 9:59 a.m. on Jan. 1: “can identification be made on partial remains”
  • 11:34 a.m. on Jan. 1: “dismemberment and the best ways to dispose of a body”
  • 11:44 a.m. on Jan. 1: “how to clean blood from wooden floor”
  • 11:56 a.m. on Jan. 1: “luminal to detect blood”
  • 1:08 p.m. on Jan. 1: “what happens when you put body parts in ammonia”
  • 1:21 p.m. on Jan. 1: “is it better to throw crime scene clothes away or wash them”
  • 12:45 p.m. on Jan. 2: “hacksaw best tool to dismember”
  • 1:10 p.m. on Jan. 2: “can you be charged with murder without a body”
  • 1:14 p.m. on Jan. 2: “can you identify a body with broken teeth”
  • 1:02 p.m. on Jan. 3: “what happens to hair on a dead body”
  • 1:13 p.m. on Jan. 3: “what is the rate of decomposition of a body found in a plastic bag compared to on a surface in the woods”
  • 1:20 p.m. on Jan. 3: “can baking soda make a body smell good”

Beland also mentioned a search made on Dec. 27 that she said was notable. She said Brian Walshe searched, “what’s the best state to divorce for a man.”

“Rather than divorce, it is believed that Brian Walshe dismembered Ana Walshe and discarded her body,” Beland said in court.

Brian Walshe was ordered to be held without bail.

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