- [FL] Slain Anna Beach didn't want her ex, Officer Bomia, to lose his job - A Parker police officer charged with murder was on duty and in uniform when his ex-girlfriend was killed... The officer, Mark Allen Bomia, 43, of Southport, shot and strangled 35-year-old Anna Beach... Beach’s family members and neighbors, said Bomia had been stalking her for weeks...
- [FL] Chief Sweatt to Anna Beach while she was still alive: If you pursue this, Officer Bomia will lose his job. - Parker Police Chief Charles Sweatt was told that officer Mark Bomia was being abusive to his girlfriend, Anna Beach, but when she called him about it he told her that if she pursued the matter Bomia would be fired...
Friday, September 9, 2011
[FL] The police officer accused of killing ex-girlfriend ANNA BEACH wants his statements supressed
BOMIA'S ATTORNEY WANTS STATEMENTS SUPPRESSED
September 04, 2011
[Excerpts] The attorney for the former police officer facing the death penalty for allegedly killing his former girlfriend has filed a motion to suppress his statements to police during the investigation and any evidence seized as a result of those statements. According to the motion, filed Friday afternoon by defense attorney Kim Dowgul, investigators violated Mark Bomia’s Constitutional right to an attorney and his right not to incriminate himself during the search for his former girlfriend Anna Beach, who had been reported missing Oct. 1. One of the investigators was Detective Aaron Wilson, who was Bomia’s superior within the department... Soon after Bomia’s confession, Parker Police Chief Charles Sweatt announced Bomia’s termination, and Bomia was arrested for the murder of Anna Beach. Dowgul will address issues with the search warrant issued for Bomia’s residence in a separate motion. A hearing on the motions is scheduled for Sept. 16. Bomia’s trial has been scheduled to begin on Oct. 31. [Full article here]
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