Widow of Man Killed While Walking Dog in Oak Cliff Allegedly Planned His Murder – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth






The widow of a man who was shot and killed in October of 2020 begged for help in finding her husband’s killer despite allegedly planning his murder, according to a report by the Dallas Morning News.
According to the Dallas Morning News, 49-year-old Jennifer Faith pleaded with the public for any tips that could lead to the killer’s arrest.
Officials said she secretly orchestrated the murder of James “Jamie” Faith, a 49-year-old American Airlines technology director, almost one year ago with help from a former lover with whom she was having an affair.
She helped to set up a GoFundMe page for her family’s benefit after her husband was gunned down as the couple walked their dog in north Oak Cliff, the Dallas Morning News reported.
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According to the Dallas Morning News, her indictment was updated Tuesday to include a count of use of interstate commerce in the commission of murder-for-hire, which carries a possible punishment of life in prison and the death penalty.
Faith was arrested in February on a federal charge of obstruction of justice. Investigators said text messages from her phone after the shooting revealed that she had been in an “emotional affair” with 48-year-old Darrin Ruben Lopez, a Tennessee man she had dated in high school and college, the Dallas Morning News reported.
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