Brian Steven Smith Bio
Brian Steven Smith is a South African man. He identified accused of murdering a woman in an Anchorage, Alaska hotel.
He is accused of recording himself as he beat, strangled and stomped on the naked woman while shouting at her to die.
Smith was born in Queenstown; Eastern Cape but currently lives in Anchorage.
Brian Steven Smith Age
He is 48-year-old as of 2019
Earlier Life & Education
Smith is self-employed and went to Queen’s College. On Facebook, Smith wrote he had served in the Army, writing on a picture of a thermometer in Alaska: “that thermometer is in Fahrenheit.
0F is about -17 Celsius. Coldest I ever experienced was -5C in Bloemfontein while in the army. I believe that this is still warm for this time of year.
should be around -20F by now :(.” Bloemfontein is a city in South Africa.
Wife, Personal Life
Smith Is Married to a Former Immigration Agent From Alaska. his wife is former Administrative Officer at US Immigration and Naturalization Service Anchorage.
He wrote that they got engaged in 2014. His wife is now a singer and actress. Her website says she copied cartoon voices and arranged shows as a child, but bloomed into acting after retiring.
Brian Steven Smith SD Card
Smith identified as the suspect murdering a woman in an Anchorage, Alaska hotel. He arrested after a citizen found an SD card lying on the street that contained graphic videos and photos showing the woman being murdered.
On September 30, 2019, A citizen had called APD Dispatch and claimed they found an SD card containing a video of a homicide.
The SD card contained several videos which appeared to show the assault and subsequent homicide of an adult female. Detectives with the Homicide Unit were notified and began an investigation.
Brian Steven Smith Arrested
On October 8, Smith was taken into custody at the Ted Stevens International Airport. He was questioned by detectives and remanded at the Anchorage Jail overnight on his outstanding warrant.
Authorities issued a warrant for Smith’s arrest in charge of Murder.
Police arrested Brian Steven Smith, 48, at the Ted Stevens International Airport on Tuesday. https://t.co/p7fykRphUx
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