Here we are sharing a piece of sad and shocking news with you. Frank Mccutcheon has passed away. In July 2016, the quiet neighborhood of Tree Top Drive in Buncombe County, North Carolina, was shaken by the murder of Frank “Buddy” McCutcheon. He was a famous doctor and he was found dead in his home while his wife, Brenda, called 911. But as officers dug deeper, it seemed all fingers were pointing at Brenda. NBC News’ Dateline: The Day the Music Gone Buddy documents the cause of death and what happened after Brenda. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article.
Buddy was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, and received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas. After graduating in 1978, Buddy did his internship at two locations. He was a cosmetic surgeon in Asheville, North Carolina, and was living with his wife Brenda at the time of the incident. Over the 64 years old is a great Musician who plays many instruments. Beyond that, he was very close to his family and he was attentive to Civil War and American history.
How Did Frank Mccutcheon Die?
According to the report, Buddy passed away on 16 July 2016, at 3:30 AM, Brenda heard a loud bang downstairs in her Buncombe Country home and had gone to investigate. At the time, Buddy was sleeping on the sofa in the living room, While Brenda slept in the upstairs bedroom. She found her husband shot in the head, which encouraged her to call 911. Paramedics reached within minutes and found Buddy dead. The murder weaponry was found in rows of ivy in the yard.
When Brenda called on 911, she said the back door opened because Buddy had not locked it. She believes the interloper walked in, shot him then fled the scene. But, there was no proof that there was another person in the house. So authorities started the investigation of Brenda and her relationship with Buddy. They learned that she worked as an office manager at Buddy’s clinic.
Frank Mccutcheon Cause of Death
The Treasury Department is doing an investigation the couple for possible misappropriation and the acquisition of property under false pretenses. Brenda knew this since at least 11 July 2016, the date authorities spoke with her and Buddy in the office. Police found many boxes marked “personal tax” and “insurance claim” in a storage room rented by Brenda. On July 27, 2016, she spoke with a smashing company and smashed the contents of about 40 boxes. Brenda sold the family house and Tennessee after the murder. She asserted she had nothing to do with Buddy’s death, but authorities disagreed.
According to prosecutors, Brenda feared Buddy would divorce her. They feel something occurred on 15 July 2016; It could be a conversation about finances, or Brenda may have found out about these things. Although Brenda had no Physical evidence of the murder she was finally convicted of her husband’s murder and sentenced to prison in February 2021.