An experienced deputy of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office and former TV Bailiff, Renard Spivey, is alleged of killing his wife during a fight over sex.
Renard Leon Spivey, popularly known as Renard Spivey, was born on July 20, 1956. In 1996 He enlisted in the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in Texas as a detention officer and became a deputy in 1998.
According to local news channels, he spent his whole career in detention command and has been in court procedures since 2016.
Spivey appeared on a Reality show named Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez. He played the role of the bailiff on the show from 2012 to 2016. He also had a brief appearance in another show Cristina’s Court.
In 2011, He appeared in the film Married Men and Single Women. He is also a bodybuilder and has won many awards and weightlifting trophies.
Renard Spivey: A Former Tv Bailiff Killed His Wife
Spivey married a woman named Patricia. She was his second wife. Patricia passed out from Jack Yates High School.
According to Patricia’s friends and family was a lively and very social person. She was also a fitness and health admirer.
According to court records, Renard and Patricia argued for their intimate life at their home on Briscoe Street on Sunday. At around 3:00 am, Renard called 911, saying he and his wife had fought over a gun, and he accidentally shot her.
He was arrested on Monday, July 29, 2019, for murdering his wife, Patricia Ann Marshall Spivey.
Renard said he and Patricia argued regarding their lack of intimacy all day. During their argument, they purportedly fought over a gun that blew up, killing Patricia.
When Police arrived, Patricia was found dead in the main bedroom closet. Authorities discovered Patricia’s cell phone and cartridges near her body. A handgun of 9-mm was also there on top of a clothes bassinet.
She had contusions on her wrist and two gunshot injuries, one in the heart and another to her arm.
Renard was taken to a closeby hospital for a gunshot injury to his leg. He stated Patricia shot him in the leg during their brawl.
Where Is Renard Spivey Now?
He was charged with murder, and authorities have requested a high bail amount, considering his experience in law enforcement. However, the court developed his bail amount to more than $800,000.
Moreover, Authorities requested a high bond, explaining Renard as a flight risk and acute to the community due to his accomplishments as a peace officer and knowledge of weapons.
A judge set Renard Spivey’s bond at $50,000 after prosecutors initially requested a bond greater than $100,000.The Harris County sheriff’s deputy charged with murdering his wife bonded out of the Harris County Jail on Wednesday afternoon.
Likewise, he had no history of domestic violence, and court records announced he might have an unspecified mental illness. Court decided that Renard’s mental illness would be set on after an evaluation.
The public was frustrated when they heard the news of Renard bonding out of jail at $50,000. They stated their frustration by posting and commenting on this news on social media.
However, after that decision, there was no news regarding the verdict of Renard Spivey, and there was no information regarding what he was doing and where he is now.