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NEW ORLEANS, LA – According to the the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office, a man hacked up his ex-wife with an ax as her mother pleaded for her her daughter’s life.

On Wednesday morning, 48-year-old Kimberly Owens left her home to go to work when she was ambushed by her ex-husband, 56-year-old Mark Owens.

“Early indications tell us that he may have been waiting for her to leave to go to work which would have been around that 8 a.m. time, when she exited the house and was walking toward her vehicle, at that point we believe the attack happened,” said St. Bernard Parish Sheriff Jimmy Pohlman.

This attack included a long-handled ax that Mark used to brutally hack at Kimberly as she screamed for her life.

“I saw a man and I saw him swinging something,” said a witness. “I realized what he had in his hand, it was an ax and I saw what he was doing with it.”

Police say that at some point during the attack, Kimberly’s mother came out of the home and pleaded with Mark to stop killing her daughter. She ended up retreating back into the house to call 911 when Mark turned on her.

Unfortunately, nothing could be done to save poor Kimberly, and she would die in the street.

Mark fled the scene after killing his ex-wife and later turned himself in to the Sheriff’s Office and is now looking at a second degree murder charge.

As you may have guessed, this is not Mark’s first run-in with the law when it came to Kimberly. In 2014 he threatened a man he believed was romantically involved with Kimberly. In 2015, Mark was arrested for a domestic dispute involving Kimberly.

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