Man Found Shot to Death inside Frayse...

Man Found Shot to Death inside Frayser Home

There are 85 comments on the WREG story from Apr 8, 2010, titled Man Found Shot to Death inside Frayser Home. In it, WREG reports that:

When they went inside the home, they found a man who has been shot to death. They have a woman in custody, but no charges have been filed at this time.

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Shakita

Memphis, TN

#21 Apr 9, 2010
MeMyselfI wrote:
I know this family, they were members of our church and i must say im very suprised he's dead and not her. i would have thought he would have killed her b4 she did it to him. we saw it coming but not this soon, im prayin for both sides of the family esp her sons and daughter.
You saw it coming yet did nothing to help? WHY? You sat back and more or less watched? You need to be prayin for forgivness for yourself.
Shakita

Memphis, TN

#22 Apr 9, 2010
TheONE wrote:
This family belongs to my church. We are all aware of their abusive relationship. I commend her for taking his abuse for soo long trying to keep her vow to God. But I cant say I would take it at all. She did what she had to do.
You commend her on taking his abuse? You think that is a good thing? Do you really believe that God wanted her to get abused to uphold a marriage vow? Or do you think God would approve of killing him instead of leaving him?
doughesson

Memphis, TN

#23 Apr 9, 2010
iamright2009 wrote:
Sounds like to me that he got what he deserved.
Maybe not.Women CAN assault men and kill them.I've been on a call as a firefighter where the woman waited until the man had gone to sleep before setting him in fire and called it self defense.
If a man is accused of assaulting a woman,he is charged within hours and not days.Bill Gibbons and company are dropping the ball again.
Mphs Lady

Kenilworth, NJ

#24 Apr 9, 2010
Something should've been done about this before now.... How can someone have some many cases that are dismissed.
Booking # &
Charge Group Name DOB Race Sex
09148654 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DISORDERLY CONDUCT

09144280 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

09142031 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DISORDERLY CONDUCT

09136262 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VANDALISM $500 OR LESS

09119270 02 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VIOLATION OF PROBATION M

09119270 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

09101016 02 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description REFUSAL TO SUBMIT TO BAC TEST

09101016 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DUI - CHILD ENDANGERMENT

08140407 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description FAILURE TO COMPLY W/ BAIL CONDITION

81352021 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description GRAND LARCENY
79303526 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M

Offense Description ASSAULT & BATTERY
08139792 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

08121325 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-THREAT BODILY HARM

08115647 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

08100594 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

07719982 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE

07132310 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

07122215 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

07106498 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM

07103441 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VIOLATE BAIL CONDITIONS- D V

07102678 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
Iceman47

Memphis, TN

#25 Apr 9, 2010
I think it is amazing how the majority of you people are so very quick to condemn the male in an abusive relationship. He's automatically the one to blame. Incidents of spousal abuse where the female is the aggressor are more common than you can imagine. The reason it's not heard of more often is that the male is much more likely to not report it. I am not condoning domestic violence. All I am saying is that all you psychic people should wait until the facts are in before you make some uneducated judgement.
Hopeful

Memphis, TN

#26 Apr 9, 2010
She should have left him a long time ago. She should go to jail for a long time. She had every opportunity to leave since this wasn't his first time fighting her.
Page

United States

#27 Apr 9, 2010
docb wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Page, A good comment. I am a divorced male. I got out of a marriage where I was a victem of physical abuse. It wasn't because I was unable to defend myself, it was because I chose not to. Getting out of the situation was the only option since I did not want to something that I'd forever regret. Again, Thanks for your comment.
Thanks docb

I can comment on things I have been through, I believe if a person abuses you physically or verbally. There is no respect in that relationship at all. I feel you do not love yourself or you have issues within to continue the unhealthy mishap.

Husband and wife should have respect for one another and if you have problems you should be able to agree with out the abuse.

I was in a verbal abusive marriage and I thank god for giving me the strength to walk away....
hmlrllsl

Trenton, TN

#28 Apr 9, 2010
I doesn't help much when the Police, doing a great job, and then the Judges and lawyers let them out to do the same things. I pray for the family and pray that judges and lawyers do their duties.
TheONE

Memphis, TN

#29 Apr 9, 2010
C. Grandma,

It doesnt matter what chruch we belong to..we have reached out to this family and we have helped the wife with things she needed during the time her husband was in jail for abusing her. You cannot make someone go through counseling if they dont want to. Her husband was uncontrolable & she is the only one who would deal with him.

When you marry, you vow to say married for "better or for worse" Matthew 5:32 says...but I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, causes her to become an adulteress, and anyone who marries the divorced woman commits adultery.

that the NEW TESTAMENT...I didnt say it, JESUS DID :)

...by the way, is all you do is make comments all day? get a life...

Me myself I

Memphis, TN

#30 Apr 9, 2010
And when the police would remove him from the home guess what ???? they would bring him back many times in the police car and ring the door bell themselves just to say that since they were married he is allowed to stay there. maybe it is the systems fault because they did nothing to help. And it will be greatly appreciated if people would keep they mouth closed on a situation they had no clue about. Cuz it wasn you in the situation so you dont know what would have and could have been prevented or did.
Me myself I

Memphis, TN

#31 Apr 9, 2010
an to who ever so happy to claim him as your pops. How you gone say you think she set that up. thats my mom and you cant say you hung around hi or even came by to see him because you didint. he wasnt even allowed around you because you all new how he acted. You know something had to be wrong with him if his own familt didnt welcome him to their houses. Yall cursed him out win he did so much as called yo phone because he was so rude and violent all the time to the oint that no one wanted anything to do with him. She didnt even have company at the house beacuse of how big a fool he would act. Her family didnt come over, {you} his own kids didnt come over. sisters and ect. NO ONE because he tried to fight everyone who came.even if you were just pulling up to pick up her or one of the boys. so dont flip the script now like you aint no what was going on. i no you mad cus that was your daddy but dont blame my ma and down talk her like that cuz you new for yourself. didnt none of yall have nothing to do with him because yall even said he to violent an stay drunk... so win you comment make sure you telling the truth about yo pops... thank you..
wizard

Collierville, TN

#32 Apr 9, 2010
While I am not privy to both sides of this story and all I know about it is what is being reported in media, my first husband was both physically and emotionally abusive to me (during the late 70's before domestic violence was considered a crime). I went to my family (who were staunch Christians) and they told me, wives are to be submissive to their husbands. Plus divorce was frowned upon and I needed to whatever to make the marriage work. My husband was running around the country in all types of clandestine relationships while I was at our house making a home for us both. After he beat me within an inch of my life (my face was unrecognizable), I spoke with my family again and received the same advice. I really didn't know how to take this but the one thing I did know was that if I did not get away from him, I might live through another beating. It took a lot of courage for me to divorce and for quite sometime my family would not have anything to do with me because I went against the church's teachings. Today, I am thankful for my decision and I realize that all men are not that way.
HAPPYNSINGLE

Knoxville, TN

#33 Apr 9, 2010
California Grandma wrote:
<quoted text>
I commend you on for what you have said, I do wish you continued success and when the time is right, God will Bless you. You sound like you have a very level head, I love to see women that think like you. Keep up the good work.
>>>>thank yOu! AND GOD BLESS TO YOU AS WELL!
ONLINEFBI

Knoxville, TN

#34 Apr 9, 2010
Mphs Lady wrote:
Something should've been done about this before now.... How can someone have some many cases that are dismissed.
Booking # &
Charge Group Name DOB Race Sex
09148654 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DISORDERLY CONDUCT
09144280 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
09142031 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DISORDERLY CONDUCT
09136262 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VANDALISM $500 OR LESS
09119270 02 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VIOLATION OF PROBATION M
09119270 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
09101016 02 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description REFUSAL TO SUBMIT TO BAC TEST
09101016 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DUI - CHILD ENDANGERMENT
08140407 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description FAILURE TO COMPLY W/ BAIL CONDITION
81352021 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description GRAND LARCENY
79303526 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
Offense Description ASSAULT & BATTERY
08139792 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
08121325 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-THREAT BODILY HARM
08115647 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
08100594 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
07719982 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE
07132310 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
07122215 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
07106498 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
07103441 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description VIOLATE BAIL CONDITIONS- D V
07102678 01 ROBERT HOUSTON
10/12/1958 B M
639 Offense Description DOMESTIC ASSAULT-BODILY HARM
>>> I AGREE! I check this website on occasions to see exactly what my female family member's husbands and "significant others" are trying to hide! BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY!
Shakita

Memphis, TN

#35 Apr 9, 2010
Iceman47 wrote:
I think it is amazing how the majority of you people are so very quick to condemn the male in an abusive relationship. He's automatically the one to blame. Incidents of spousal abuse where the female is the aggressor are more common than you can imagine. The reason it's not heard of more often is that the male is much more likely to not report it. I am not condoning domestic violence. All I am saying is that all you psychic people should wait until the facts are in before you make some uneducated judgement.
It's not so hard to condemn a man with that record. I might question it had he not had such a long history of it.
Shakita

Memphis, TN

#36 Apr 9, 2010
TheONE wrote:
C. Grandma,
It doesnt matter what chruch we belong to..we have reached out to this family and we have helped the wife with things she needed during the time her husband was in jail for abusing her. You cannot make someone go through counseling if they dont want to. Her husband was uncontrolable & she is the only one who would deal with him.
When you marry, you vow to say married for "better or for worse" Matthew 5:32 says...but I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, causes her to become an adulteress, and anyone who marries the divorced woman commits adultery.
that the NEW TESTAMENT...I didnt say it, JESUS DID :)
...by the way, is all you do is make comments all day? get a life...
Apparently she WAS NOT able to control him. That much is very obvious. And what does your scripture tell you about killing people? I guess you believe it is so much better that she stayed with him and took all the abuse and wound up killing him than to have walked away years ago?
Mark

Memphis, TN

#37 Apr 9, 2010
What website did that come from?
TheONE

Memphis, TN

#38 Apr 9, 2010
Shakita wrote:
<quoted text>Apparently she WAS NOT able to control him. That much is very obvious. And what does your scripture tell you about killing people? I guess you believe it is so much better that she stayed with him and took all the abuse and wound up killing him than to have walked away years ago?
I'm sure you know what it says...of course taking another persons life is not the answer, its just a NO WIN situation.
California Grandma

United States

#39 Apr 9, 2010
TheONE wrote:
C. Grandma,
It doesnt matter what chruch we belong to..we have reached out to this family and we have helped the wife with things she needed during the time her husband was in jail for abusing her. You cannot make someone go through counseling if they dont want to. Her husband was uncontrolable & she is the only one who would deal with him.
When you marry, you vow to say married for "better or for worse" Matthew 5:32 says...but I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, causes her to become an adulteress, and anyone who marries the divorced woman commits adultery.
that the NEW TESTAMENT...I didnt say it, JESUS DID :)
...by the way, is all you do is make comments all day? get a life...
While on vacation I can comment as much as I want. When Im at at my desk I can also do what I want. If your reading my post and realize that I may be commenting more than you think I should, then obviously you may need to get a life.
And, if you doing every single thing to a T in the New Testament. Then you obviously, have nothing to strive for. Or like so many others you pick and choose.
California Grandma

United States

#40 Apr 9, 2010
wizard wrote:
While I am not privy to both sides of this story and all I know about it is what is being reported in media, my first husband was both physically and emotionally abusive to me (during the late 70's before domestic violence was considered a crime). I went to my family (who were staunch Christians) and they told me, wives are to be submissive to their husbands. Plus divorce was frowned upon and I needed to whatever to make the marriage work. My husband was running around the country in all types of clandestine relationships while I was at our house making a home for us both. After he beat me within an inch of my life (my face was unrecognizable), I spoke with my family again and received the same advice. I really didn't know how to take this but the one thing I did know was that if I did not get away from him, I might live through another beating. It took a lot of courage for me to divorce and for quite sometime my family would not have anything to do with me because I went against the church's teachings. Today, I am thankful for my decision and I realize that all men are not that way.
And you made the best decision, And I also commend you for doing the right and best thing. Regardless. You were smart very smart, Alive and well. That in it's self is enough to Thank God for giving you the frame of mind to save yourself from evil.

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