Lorenzen Wright's ex-wife arrested in California in connection to his murder

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The specifics of the connection between Wright-Thompson and Turner haven't been reported, but Turner was apparently a deacon at a church in Shelby County, Tennessee, where Wright-Thompson was a member, and the motive may have included a $1 million life insurance policy.

Wright-Robinson has been arrested in Riverside, California, about an hour east of Los Angeles, in connection with her ex-husband's death, investigators said this weekend.

He said they called the investigation "Operation Rebound". Lorenzen Wright's mother, Deborah Marion, told The Commerical Appeal. Wright's mother confronted him in court last week as he was arraigned.

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The Commercial Appeal reported on August 1, 2010, Memphis police searched his ex-wife's home and found burned pieces of metal and a letter addressed to her and Lorenzen Wright, but law enforcement refused to divulge what those items meant to the case. "They need to bury her". I let people do what they're good at doing and I'm just gonna do what I'm good at doing'. Wright played 13 seasons in the National Basketball Association, for the Clippers, Atlanta Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies, Sacramento Kings and Cleveland Cavaliers. Police believe strongly that Wright-Robinson and co-conspirator Billy Turner previously tried to kill Wright. That includes graphic scenes of domestic battles and one in which the book's heroine catches the basketball star in bed with another woman.

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Lorenzen Wright's former personal assistant also claimed she had audio tapes that show Sherra Wright made threatening comments about her ex-husband. Wright-Robinson said she fictionalized some things and shielded identities for "legal purposes".

"It's going to take you all the way up to Mr. Tell Me Anything's death". I'm an author. And the police should find his killer, " she said.

She hadn't held a job in 17 years and was almost $3 million in debt, Mathes said.

"We break it down to every emotion. And what we were hearing from the police".

However, law enforcement officials said at the time that they could not rule her out as a potential murder suspect.

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