I think that's a good guess but I can also see where the ex maybe didn't want to share control of the twins. I can see where she wanted to be the sole influence and decision maker for them.
Yes they had ongoing proceedings regarding custody. But they still had shared custody of the twins.
According to the Florida Dept of Law Enforcement, the turnaround time for ballistics tests has increased by an order of 3x since the pandemic started, from 47 days in Q1 2020 to 135 days in Q1 2022. It has been ~84 days (Feb 16 - May 10) since Jared's murder, so that means we could still have ~2 months before ballistics finally come in for this case. When compared to other states, Florida seems to have some of the slowest turnaround times.
I get big Dan Markel vibes.Widow and sister are talking to Utah media:
After tech exec gunned down in front of child, family is seeking answers in Utah
But his family hopes clues to his death can be found in Utah, where he and his wife attended college in Utah County. His ex-wife is also from Utah, where they had the twins, now age 9.
Quite apparent that they suspect the killer has connections to Utah too, and people there may know something. MOO
they ruled out robberyI feel like that person was just a random thief prowling around checking for unlocked cars. They probably found the door locked and moved on, which would explain why they only appeared on camera for a couple seconds. Also, it was 8 days after Jared's murder, whereas "just days" in the headline makes it sound like a much shorter window of time.