This month, he agreed to move to Oregon to live with her.Samuel Campbell, 26, of Adger, AL, arrived Wednesday and went to her home on the 7000 block of Lipscomb Road Southeast in Turner.
An Oregon woman in an online relationship with a man from Alabama set up a table with candles and wine glasses for their first meeting.
She told him to close his eyes, according to court documents, and then she slammed a metal baseball bat into the back of his head three times. Police said the victim met Fox online sometime in 2013.
Campbell told detectives he believed he was going to die.
However, he convinced the women that he would not disclose what happened if they would just take him to the hospital, according to court documents, and they agreed.
A probable cause affidavit states he sat down at the outdoor table and Fox poured him some wine.
After asking him to close his eyes, a probable cause affidavit states Fox admitted picking up a metal bat and striking him from behind in the head with a two-handed batting grip."Fox stated she played softball from grades 4-11 and knew how to hold a bat," the affidavit states.
“After losing much of her family to cancer she has spent many years on a personal investigative journey to discover how habits and disease develop, and how people can change and live in joy, expressing their full potential.”Damond’s death prompted outrage locally and in her native Australia where it was front-page news. In Minneapolis, three mayoral candidates attended a vigil held for Damond.
Mayor Betsy Hodges said Sunday she had “questions about why the bodycams weren’t on” and that as “a wife, and a grandmother, I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by what occurred last night.”Zach Damond, Don Damond’s son, posted a video in which he asked people to call the city.
She had already taken his last name (her maiden name was Ruszczyk). in 2015 to be near her fiancé, and was studying and teaching yoga and meditation.