Married man killed by woman who responded to his ad seeking to have gay sex in hotel roomBy Mason White 1:00 PM April 3, 2015
|David Messerschmitt and Jamyra Gallmon (right)|
By: Mahesh Sarin
(Scroll down for video) A married man took to Craigslist to look for a man for sex.
A woman responded to the advertisement and pretended to be a man so that she can rob him.
Police said that 30-year-old lawyer David Messerschmitt, invited the gay sex partner to meet him at a hotel room for sex.
21-year-old Jamyra Gallmon showed up to the hotel room and fatally stabbed the man.
Messerschmitt had sent text messages to his wife Kim Vuong around 7:45 p.m., and let her know that he will be home in an hour after leaving his law office.
However, he never returned home. His body was found in the hotel room the next day. His hands were tied and his credit cards were scattered all over the floor.
Surveillance video showed Gallmon, dressed in a dark blue jacket with a hood and black gloves as she walked into the victim’s room.
The police affidavit said that the two got into a fight, and the defendant pulled a knife from her pants and stabbed the victim repeatedly until he fell to the ground.
She then stabbed him several more times.
The victim was found with multiple stab wounds in the back, groin and abdomen, with a wound that pierced his heart and another that pierced the spinal cord.
His hands were tied with zip-ties. His hands were covered with defensive wounds.