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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Murder on Carnival Cruise Ship Elation


Husband arrested in woman's death aboard cruise ship
3:00 PM July 16, 2009
A 55-year-old San Fernando Valley man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of his wife while the two were on an ocean cruise to Mexico, the FBI said.
Robert McGill of Winnetka was arrested after the ship docked today in San Diego.
McGill and his wife, Shirley, 55, were on a five-day Carnival Cruise Lines voyage aboard the ship Elation when ship's personnel went to their cabin Tuesday to investigate a possible domestic disturbance. Shirley McGill was found dead, the FBI said.
FBI agents, ferried by a Coast Guard cutter, boarded the Elation and this morning FBI evidence technicians searched the 2,052-passenger ship when it docked in San Diego.
The FBI has authority in the case under federal maritime law.

LA man arrested in wife's high-seas deathHe declined to release any details of the death, but a statement from Carnival Cruise Lines said the woman was killed on Tuesday evening after the couple got into a dispute in their cabin. The man was taken to the ship's brig and a guard was posted on the cabin, which was secured as a crime scene, Slotter said. The FBI sent about 20 agents to the ship in a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Wednesday night while the ship was at sea, and they spent the night interviewing the suspect ...SignOnSanDiego.com: Nation - http://www3.signonsandiego.com/news/nation/


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