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Name:

Lee Anstice

AKA:

 

D.O.B.

1962
Kill Total: 1

Kill date:

26 August 2011

Kill Place:

Flitwick, Bedfordshire

Status:

Married

Occupation:

 

Victim:

Tracy Anstice
D.O.B. 1974

 


 

Court:

Luton Crown Court

Judge:

Richard Foster

Prosecution:

Beverley Cripps

Defence:

 

 


 


 

 

 

FACTFILE

 

Summer 2011, Lee and Tracy Anstice marriage was on the rocks. Lee Anstice was an over protective and jealous husband, and believed his wife was having an affair. She moved out of the family home in Carlisle Close, Dunstable.

 

Friday 26th August 2011, Anstice sent a text message to his estranged wife saying he was going to visit their daughter who was staying with grandparents in Buttermere Close, Flitwick.

Tracy rushed to her parent house, when she got there Lee Anstice was waiting in his car, he attacked her on the driveway to the house stabbing her 4 times, one of the blows went straight through her heart. The whole incident was witnessed by their daughter. Tracey died later that day in hospital.

After the attack Anstice drove off, later sending a test to Tracy's phone saying you can't play happy families now.

 

Sunday 28th August 2011, Police arrest Lee Anstice, and charge him with the murder of his wife.

 

Monday 20th February 2012, At Luton Crown Court, Anstice denied murder and claimed he was severely depressed and hearing voices which had disturbed the balance of his mind.

 

Friday 9th March 2012, Anstice was sentenced to life imprisonment with a recommend 24 year minimum.

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