Filipina shot dead by American husband

Published August 3, 2019, 9:42 PM

by Ellalyn De Vera & Richa Noriega

By Carmela Martinez

A Filipina was allegedly shot Monday by her husband in a hotel room in Dallas, Texas.

Jacqueline Rose Nicholas, a 32-year-old mother of two, was found dead inside the hotel room with her husband who was partially covered in blood.

According to Dallas News, the police was initially called following screams in their room that other hotel guests reported.

Jacqueline Rose’s husband, 30-year-old Peter Noble Nicholas, opened the door with an extension cord around his neck when the police came.

Peter Noble was believed to be under the influence of drugs.

He was arrested and charged with murder.

According to 10News, the ambulance and Dallas Fire-Rescue arrived ahead of the police as the screams inside the hotel room escalated.

The Dallas Fire-Rescue could not get inside the hotel room because of a department policy not to get in until the police arrived.

The Dallas Police arrived an hour after the firemen arrived.

Jacqueline’s mother, Tess Parguian said her daughter could have been saved.

Jacqueline and Peter have been married for 8 years, Peter works as a disk jockey known as Pete Mash.

A GoFundMe account was launched to help support their two sons, Jax, 2 and Preston, 8 and the cost of the funeral.

“We are hoping that with the help of our community we can help cover the cost of the funeral and hopefully make sure her children are secure for the future after this tragic event. Anything and everything will help us. We appreciate all of your love and support. God bless,” said the Parguian Family.