A 21-year-old married woman, Anggy Diaz, was found beheaded in her small wooded home in Wall County on the 11th of January, reported the Waller County Sheriff’s Office. The victim’s husband who goes by the name Jared James Dicus has been accused of her wife’s death, confirmed Waller County Sheriff Troy Guidry confirmed.
The Deputies were called to the scene of the crime at Oak Hollow at around 16:30, reporting her death. When they arrived, they found the victim inside the little house behind the husband’s parents’ house. From what could be deciphered at the scene, it was reported that a kitchen knife was used in order to decapitate the woman. The officers later confirmed that a few calls were made from this house to 911 but they were mostly for disturbance and outright bad behavior, never something of this intensity. He went on to talk about how treacherous is this world we live in and how both the couples’ families are going to be massively affected by it.
Diaz’s friends reportedly said that she was from Nicaragua and was selflessly working 2 jobs one after the other in order to garner enough money for her ill mother’s cancer treatment back at home. Anggy was described as a young woman full of vitality and smiles. The couple had gotten married last year in October after meeting each other at her job. Her friends confessed that they always knew something was wrong, especially after the wedding but had never expected that it will go down like this, with their friend’s ghastly death in the hands of her own husband.
A Saddening End
A few CCTV videos from the shop where Diaz worked, show her husband Dicus pulling up in the parking lot at 11:40 AM on the fateful day that she died. He was seen walking up to the stop, grabbing a beer, and leaving without paying any money. He takes a sip of the beer in the parking lot and drives away shortly after that. A GoFundMe page has been put up to raise money for Anggy’s funeral.
With this case coming up in the press, it’s dangerous how many new cases of Domestic Violence have come up in Houston. The victims often suffer at the hands of their loved ones, without coming and speaking up about it for they feel embarrassed and scared.