Grand jury indicts Fairbanks woman for two stabbing deaths
A Fairbanks grand jury has indicted Lindsey Lee Preshaw, 36, on first-degree murder charges in the stabbing deaths of her half-brother and another woman.
Preshaw is charged in the death of 57-year-old Jeanette Miller who was found stabbed November 27, 2017, at the Alaska Motel in the 1500 block of South Cushman. She was later pronounced dead at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.
One day later on November 28 Fairbanks Police found John Thomas Preshaw, 44, dead at a home on 1528 South Cushman.
Lindsey Preshaw was arrested by Alaska State Troopers a few days after the stabbings after she allegedly tried to stab a woman to death before taking her truck.
John and Lindsey Preshaw had been a couple.
"Lindsey and John were half-siblings and then started a romance," FPD Deputy Chief Dan Welborn wrote in an email. "It's complicated to us as well."
Lindsey is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and assault.
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