Dr. Teresa Sievers, 46, Bonita Springs, Jun 2015 - Media links only No Discussion

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    Mark Sievers, the husband of slain Bonita Springs doctor Teresa Sievers, was taken into custody at his home Friday after a warrant was issued for his arrest.


    A plane was circling overhead as deputies arrived at the Sievers home with weapons drawn. Mark Sievers was taken from the scene in handcuffs, put into a waiting car and driven away.


    One of the men previously charged, Curtis Wright, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in exchange for a 25-year sentence. Wright signed a plea deal on Feb. 19 and formally pleaded guilty Friday in front of Judge Bruce Kyle.

    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/31327929/arrest-warrant-issued-for-mark-sievers#.VtDB3fkrJMx

    “I’m pleading guilty because of my role in the planning and participating of the murder of Teresa Sievers,” Wright said in court.

    http://www.winknews.com/2016/02/26/mark-sievers-arrested-in-wifes-murder/

    Wright confessed to killing Teresa Sievers and will have a sentencing hearing on May 31. He has agreed to provide substantial cooperation in the case against Mark Sievers.


    "The decision of Curtis Wayne Wright to accept responsibility and plead guilty to second-degree murder will hopefully begin to answer many questions and bring closure to the family of Teresa Sievers," Wright's attorney, Elizabeth Parker, said in a statement. "Mr. Wright is deeply sorry for the pain and lifetime of suffering that he had caused those who were affected by his actions in this case, including his family and most importantly Teresa Sievers' daughters."

    http://www.abc-7.com/story/31327936/arrest-warrant-issued-for-mark-sievers
     
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    Discussion began about whether custody would be given to either the chidlren's maternal or paternal grandparents. DCF indicated that their maternal grandparents have requested custody.

    http://www.fox4now.com/news/sievers-children-the-subject-of-custody-hearing

    FORT MYERS, Fla. – Mark Sievers can continue to have contact with his two daughters as officials decide where they will be permanently placed, a Lee County judge determined Monday morning.

    [...]

    Officials hope to reconnect the children with their tutor, and for the tutor to be able to provide a full-day of schooling.

    https://www.winknews.com/2016/02/29...ith-his-children-long-term-custody-undecided/
     
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    Teresa Sievers' sister was in the courtroom, as was Mark's mother. DCF told the court many have come forward to offer care for the two girls. Teresa's family is planning to establish residency in Florida and is interested in custody. Mark's brother also wants custody, but the judge said a home study would need to be done.

    [...]

    The next scheduled court hearing in the case is March 21st.

    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/31340096/judge-to-decide-fate-of-sievers-girls#.VtSXA_krLIU
     
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    Friend was uneasy about Mark Sievers' demeanor after wife's death
    Posted: Mar 01, 2016 2:20 PM CST Updated: Mar 02, 2016 12:28 AM CST
    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/31357519/new-documents-released-in-sievers-murder-case#.VtdBWkafZJm

    A 30-year friend of Mark Sievers may have played a key role in his arrest last week.

    That's according to investigative documents released Tuesday by the State Attorney's Office, which indicated that the friend, CK, was particularly uneasy about his demeanor in the aftermath of the death of his wife, Teresa.

    Transcript: Wright 06 - 20160301152756565.pdf
    NDN Soundcloud: Naples Daily News LCSO CK interview
    Batch 5 discussion thread
    Batch 5 Discovery Documents 01 Mar 2016
     
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    Naples Daily News
    Reported by Josh Carpenter


    Patients of slain Dr. Teresa Sievers receive odd email purportedly by Mark Sievers

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    Lee County sheriff's officials confirmed Friday that Mark Sievers, who has been in jail since late February, accused of orchestrating the murder of his wife in June 2015, has no access to email or the Internet.

    In addition, the email contains a few peculiarities. At one point, the doctor's first name is misspelled "Theresa." At another point, patients are encouraged to obtain Xymogen online through the account of a colleague named "Dr. Roy" in Boca Raton, with no last name given. Near the end of the email, patients are encouraged to call "Dr. Roy" on his cellphone, but the message cuts off and no phone number is provided.​
     
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    Judge Denies $4.43M bond reduction for Mark Sievers



    FORT MYERS, Fla. &#8211; With a claim of having &#8220;limited to no financial resources,&#8221; a judge denied a reduction of Mark Sievers&#8217; $4.43 million bond Thursday morning.

    The initial bond was based on the amount of the insurance policies he and his wife, Dr. Teresa Sievers, had together.


    More at link - WINK News
     
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    Death penalty still in play for Mark Sievers
    Published: November 2, 2016 4:19 PM EDT
    Updated: November 2, 2016 5:05 PM EDT

    FORT MYERS, Fla. — A motion by Mark Sievers’ attorneys to dismiss the death penalty has been denied, according to court documents.

    Sievers’ attorneys argued the state’s notice of intent to seek the death penalty, filed in June, wasn’t filed soon enough.

    Sievers is charged with first-degree murder for the 2015 killing of his wife, Dr. Teresa Sievers, at their home in Bonita Springs.

    The state is also seeking the death penalty against Jimmy Rodgers, one of two alleged co-conspirators. Investigators believe Mark Sievers, who pleaded not guilty, planned the killing and promised Wayne Wright, his childhood friend, payment for carrying out the plan.

    Wright in turn recruited Rodgers, who traveled from Missouri to assist in the killing, prosecutors allege. Wright accepted a plea deal and is expected to testify against Rodgers and Mark.

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    Here's the text for above link. News we've all been waiting for.


    EE COUNTY, Fla. -
    The daughters of murdered Dr. Teresa Sievers may be moving to Connecticut with their maternal grandmother.

    Mary Ann Groves motioned for the move in dependency court where she was granted guardianship in 2016 while their father Mark is in jail, accused of murdering his wife.

    The Department of Children and Families supported the grandmother's effort to move the children to her hometown of Seymour, Connecticut.

    In a hearing Tuesday afternoon in front of Judge Robert J. Branning, Groves took the stand to argue for her motion.

    She told the court the girls are spending the summer in Connecticut with their cousins, aunts, uncles, and numerous family members.

    Groves discussed personal concerns over her aging husband, who still lives in Connecticut and traveled to Lee County to visit on multiple occasions on his own.

    Groves argued attention to the case and awareness in the community about the murder of Teresa and arrest of Mark can be hard on the girls, who are enrolled in a Lee County charter school.

    Branning asked Groves several questions himself, about her plans to continue the relationship the girls have with their paternal family, as well as Groves prior commitments to remaining in Lee County "for the long haul" in her hearing pleading for guardianship. Groves told the judge things changed, leading to the most recent petition.

    The hearing was continued after Grove's attorney Christina O'Brien rested her case for the motion, giving the defense their chance to argue their side. The next court hearing will come within the next thirty days.


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    Trustee, Son of Maryann Groves, purchases $577,000 home for the Teresa A Sievers Trust in CT 6-5-2018. Home includes 3+ acres, 3 car garage, pool, 4 beds 3.5 baths and is adjacent to a 79 acre nature preserve.
     

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