A scandalous former Ohio judge was arrested on Saturday after claiming that his wife was killed in her home –…
A scandalous former Ohio judge was arrested on Saturday after claiming that his wife was killed in her home – two years after serving in prison for a brutal attack on her witnessed by her daughters and calling for reconstructive surgery.  Shaker Heights police department said in a statement former judge Lance Mason, 51, was taken in custody on Saturday in connection with his ex-wife, 45-year-old Aisha Fraser. Mason has not yet been charged.
The authorities had responded to a secret violence call involving Mason at home shortly after 9 o’clock, FOX8 reported. After killing Fraser, Mason fled the scene and crashed his car to a police cruiser before being arrested, officials said Cleveland.com. An officer experienced life-threatening injuries in the crash and had to be taken to a hospital.
The 51-year-old had previously been accused of domestic violence and tried an incorrect attack to attack his daughter in 2014. In this incident, the police said that Mason injured, punched 20 times, hit and even his wife in front of his two daughters, according to FOX8.
Fraser was so seriously injured in the attack as she needed reconstructive surgery on her face. She left for divorce two days after the event, Cleveland.com reported.
Mason was sentenced to two years in prison but was only behind the bars from September 2015 to June 2016 before being released. He then ceased to be employed as a minority development administrator at Cleveland’s Equal Opportunity Office and extracted 15 other candidates for the job of $ 45,000 per year.
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At the time of his employment, City officials FOX8 declared that Mason was “simply the most qualified candidate for this position” and that his application did not cover a criminal record. In 2011 Cleveland eliminated a box on its work applications controlled by those convicted of crimes. He was interrupted from work on Saturday after he was taken into storage, FOX8 reported.
His foreign wife was a 6th grade teacher at Woodbury Elementary School in Shaker Heights and the news of her death drew an outbreak of sorrow from society. Superintendents in Shaker Heights City School District, Dr. Stephen Wilkins, called the killing of a “difficult time” for society.
“Aisha was a devoted mother and a long-time dedicated teacher of Woodbury students,” Wilkins said in a statement. “She touched so many of our children‘s lives and will be deeply missed. Her loss is unexpected and the consequences of this news throughout our school meeting are unthinkable and profound.”
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Friends and colleagues echoed the feelings of Fraser’s impact on society.
“Aisha had this special connection with each child and I felt like she was a mother to everyone and everyone,” Brytnee Crenshaw told FOX8. “She was so special, she was never down. She was always so happy and happy and I feel like we lost a good person.”
A candle stick is set to be held in her memory on Monday evening at the school where she learned.