University of Wisconsin Doctor and Her Husband Murdered
Posted on: 04/10/2020 06:20 PM

But at least they weren't "racists."


The bodies of University of Wisconsin professor Dr. Beth Potter, 52 and her husband Robin Carre, 57, were found in a ditch last Tuesday

Khari Sanford, 18, was arrested on Friday in connection to their grisly deaths

He had been living with the couple in Madison and their daughter Mimi, 18, who DailyMail.com is picturing for the first time

Potter and Carre had kicked the couple out of the house because they refused to listen to social distancing rules in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

According to criminal complaint the young couple were in need of cash and Mimi told Sanford her parents had 'bands' of money

Sanford and alleged accomplice Ali'jah 'Huncho' Larrue, 18, were charged with first degree murder on Tuesday and face life in prison if convicted

Cops are still investigating Mimi's actions on the night of the killings and whether she played any role, DailyMail.com has learned

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These are the first pictures (See source. --ed.) of the high school senior who is at the center of the 'brutal execution' of her adoptive parents.

Mimi Potter Carre, 18, was dating her classmate who is now accused of shooting University of Wisconsin professor Beth Potter and her half-naked husband at point-blank range and leaving them for dead.

Her pictures seem to show that Mimi didn't have a care in the world as she horses around with her brothers, plays with her dog and poses in front of a mirror for a selfie.




University of Wisconsin Doctor and Her Husband Murdered





But now her world has come crashing down after boyfriend Khari Sanford allegedly killed Dr. Potter — who was helping the university in its response to the coronavirus crisis — and her husband, educational consultant Robin Carre.

Cops are still investigating Mimi's actions on the night of the killings and whether she played any role, DailyMail.com has learned.

'The case is still open and very active,' University Police spokesman Marc Lovicott said on Wednesday.

Sanford and alleged accomplice Ali'jah 'Huncho' Larrue, both 18, were formally charged in court in Madison, Wisconsin, on Tuesday with the first-degree murders of Potter, 52, and Carre, 57. Sanford is also charged with using a dangerous weapon. They each face life in prison if convicted.

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