Wife Of Late UCF Faculty Member Redlick Arrested On Murder Charge
DANIELLE REDLICK has been arrested in connection to the Jan. 12 "stabbing death" of her husband, UCF faculty member MICHAEL REDLICK, according to Mike Schneider of the AP. Michael Redlick, who was Dir of External Affairs & Corporate Partnerships for UCF's DeVos Sport Business Management Program, was "found dead at home in one of Orlando’s wealthiest neighborhoods last month." His wife "waited more than 11 hours before calling 911," telling detectives that her husband had "stabbed himself during a violent argument." But detectives "found a pile of bloody towels, a bloody mop, bloody footprints and the strong smell of bleach in the house, as well as defensive wounds on Michael Redlick." They "concluded that his wounds weren’t self-inflicted and his death was a homicide from stab wounds to the torso." Danielle Redlick "faces charges of second-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence." No bond was set for her yesterday (AP, 2/6). Before coming to UCF, Michael Redlick "worked in marketing" for Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Browns and Grizzlies (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 2/7).