Lisa & Thomas Infante: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Thomas Infante, left, is a person of interest in the death of his wife, Lisa. (Shelton Police Department)

A Connecticut man has been charged with murder after police said he shot his wife Sunday night at their home in Shelton.

Police identified the victim Monday morning as Lisa Infante, 52, the New Haven Register reports.

Her husband, Thomas Infante, 53, was being questioned by police, according to Fox CT. He was later charged with murder.

Lisa Infante was found in the home she owned with her husband at 7 Hickory Lane. Thomas Infante was held on $500,000 bail.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Lisa Infante’s Last Public Facebook Post Includes a Chilling Quote

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Lisa Infante’s last post includes this chilling quote. (Facebook)

Lisa Infante’s last public Facebook post includes a chilling quote, “Sometimes giving someone a second chance is like giving them an extra bullet for their gun because they missed you the first time.”

Infante often posted quotes and motivational sayings on her Facebook page, which also includes photos of her dog and cat.

2. They Were Going Through a Divorce After 27 Years of Marriage

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Thomas Infante was charged with murder in his wife’s death. (Shelton Police Department)

Shelton Police said Thomas and Lisa Infante had been married for 27 years and were going through a divorce.

The couple had four children, who were home at the time of the shooting, NBC Connecticut reports.

3. He Turned Himself in After Being Called an ‘Armed & Dangerous’ Suspect

Before Thomas Infante turned himself in for questioning by police, they issued an alert to the public saying that he was to be considered “armed and dangerous.”

He had last been seen driving a Chevrolet Blazer, and police said he should not be approached. They asked the public to call if he was seen. Police did not say what kind of weapon they believed he was armed with.

WFSB-TV reporter Evan White tweeted that “long guns” were removed from the Infantes’ house Monday morning.

4. She Was Found in Her Home After Police Received a Call for a ‘Sudden Death’

Shelton Police said they responded to the Infantes home at about 9:30 p.m. after receiving a report of a “sudden death” there, WTNH-TV reports. Lisa Infante was then found dead inside the home.

The Connecticut State Police Major Crimes Squad was later called to the home, and investigators remained on the scene into Monday morning.

5. She Worked as a Nutritionist, Yoga Instructor & EMT

According to Lisa Infante’s Facebook page, she was originally from Monroe, Connecticut, and graduated from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, in 1995. She worked for the Echo Hose Ambulance in Shelton, and was also a nutritionist and yoga instructor, her LinkedIn profile says.

The Connecticut Post says that the Echo Hose Ambulance has draped black and purple bunting outside its headquarters.

She says on her profile on the Echo Hose website, “I live in Shelton with my husband 4 kids. I teach yoga and I am a health coach. I volunteer because I love the people at Echo and giving back to the community.”

More than a hundred people gathered at the ambulance headquarters Monday night for a vigil.

(Facebook/Echo Hose)

(Facebook/Echo Hose)

She worked for the ambulance for more than 9 years.

“Echo Hose Hook and Ladder stands with area emergency service personnel in mourning the loss of Lisa Infante and would like to extend our thoughts to her friends and family as well as her colleagues at Echo Hose Ambulance. Thank you for your dedicated service to our community,” the Echo Hose Fire Department said in a Facebook post.