A romance author in Oregon was arrested Wednesday after allegedly killing her chef husband at a culinary faculty in Oregon final June.
Nancy Crampton-Brophy, 68, was arrested at her house in Beaverton, The Oregonian reported. Her husband, 63-year-old Daniel Brophy, was discovered injured in a kitchen by college students on the Oregon Culinary Intitute on June 2, and finally died there.
The day after his demise, a Fb account seemingly belonging to Crampton-Brophy mourned the person’s demise. Crampton-Brophy wrote her husband “was killed yesterday morning” and that she was “overwhelmed” and unable to “perform.”
But, a neighbor of the couple instructed the information outlet that Crampton-Brophy did not appear affected by her husband’s demise, and talked about police thought of her a suspect in his homicide.
Crampton-Brophy is an writer of a number of romance novels, and a biography on her web site says that her books “are about fairly males and robust ladies, about households that do not all the time work and in regards to the pleasure of discovering love and the problem of creating it keep.”
Crampton-Brophy has reportedly been booked into the Multnomah County Detention Heart in Portland on costs of homicide and illegal use of a firearm.