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UPDATE: JANESVILLE, Wis. (WIFR) A criminal complaint reveals new details in the stabbing death of a Janesville woman found in her home over the weekend.The Rock County District Attorney says the mother of 43 year old Christine Scaccia Lubeck found her daughter dead in a home in the 400 block of South River St. in Janesville on Saturday. The mother told police she spoke to Scaccia Lubeck Friday night who said she had a friend over at the time.A text message sent Thursday night from her sister to Scaccia Lubeck says “I’ll give you a call tomorrow so you can’t hang out with your friend. I want to hear everything tomorrow”. Six minutes later Scaccia Lubeck responds with “OMG. Just found out he is 21”. The sister says she sent several more texts that night that went unanswered.The complaint adds Scaccia Lubeck’s sister tried to reach her on Saturday but her calls and texts were not returned. That’s when her mother went to the home where she found Scaccia Lubeck dead on her bedroom floor.Investigators say while speaking with the victim’s family, they said Scaccia Lubeck’s car, a white Chevy SUV was not in the garage.During a search of the home, detectives say blood spatter was found on the walls leading from the bathroom to the bedroom. Officers say blood stains were found on the floor in front of the bathroom toilet and on the sink countertop. Detectives say a knife appeared to also be missing from the kitchen.The Rock County Coroner says Scaccia Lubeck had a total of 33 stab wounds.Working with the Cape Girardeau Police Department in Missouri, investigators say the stolen Chevy SUV was found at a Shell Gas Station. Cape Girardeau police say that’s where 21 year old Julian Collazo and 23 year old Nicole Kazar were taken into custody.An officer with the Cape Girardeau Police Department reports as they were collecting clothing items from Collazo, a pair shoes were found with blood stains on them. Investigators say the shoe pattern appears to match a shoe print left at Scaccia Lubeck’s house. A search of the stolen Chevy also found a pair of jeans, believed to belong to Collazo, that had a blood stain on them.The criminal complaint alleges while in custody, Collazo admitted to an inmate at the jail that he had killed a woman. That inmate tells police he, at first, did not believe Collazo. The inmate says Collazo allegedly killed the woman “to prove to Kazar that he could protect her”. The inmate told police Collazo described the murder saying the victim was sitting on the toilet when he began stabbing her.The inmate says Collazo told him he stole $3,000 from a safe in the victim’s basement and threw the knife used in the stabbing in a dumpster.According to the criminal complaint, Nicole Kazar tells police she had met Collazo just a week before they were taken into custody. She says they had split up on Thursday. She says Collazo called her and told her to meet him at a Mobil Gas Station.Kazar says during the drive from Wisconsin to Missouri, Collazo admitted he had killed the owner of the car he was driving. She says he also claimed to have stolen some beer,
debit cards, a small handgun, iPad, two Kindles, a laptop and a “Wii U”. Investigators believe the pair were either planning to continue their trip to Mississippi where Kazar has a son, or to Texas where Collazo has family.Police say Kazar asked Collazo to not tell her anymore about how he killed the owner of the vehicle.According to the criminal complaint, neither the inmate or Kazar ever state Scaccia Lubeck as the victim Collazo was referring to.Cape Girardeau detectives who spoke with Kazar say she implicated Collazo as the sole suspect in the homicide. Janesville detectives say they traveled to Missouri to speak with Collazo. During that interview he denied any knowledge of Scaccia Lubeck’s death.At this time, both Collazo and Kazar remain in custody in Cape Girardeau. During a press conference on Monday, Janesville Police announced they were seeking to charge the two with First Degree Intentional Homicide and party to First Degree Intentional Homicide.UPDATE: JANESVILLE, Wis. (WIFR) Janesville police release new details about Saturday’s murder.Investigators say 43 year old Christine Scaccia Lubeck was found dead in the 400 block of S. They say Scaccia Lubeck’s 2015 Chevy Trax was missing from the home. in Cape Girardeau, Missouri allegedly along with 21 year old Julian Collazo and 23 year old Nicole Kazar.Cape Girardeau police interviewed Kazar and she told them that Collazo was responsible for the murder. Collazo told investigators that he knew nothing about the incident.Temporary felony warrants were issued for Kazar and Collazo for first degree intentional homicide and party to first degree intentional homicide.Police say Collazo is felon and known gang member from Texas. They say he has a long criminal history, mostly in Texas, with arrests and convictions on drug, burglary/theft and assault charges.Investigators say Kazar was on probation with a criminal history consisting of credit card fraud, drug and battery charges.The Rock County Medical Examiner’s Office says Scaccia Lubeck died from homicidal sharp force injuries.