A Google software developer was discovered soaking in blood at his California home. Liren Chen, 27, perpetrated a horrific murder on his wife. According to authorities, Chen has been charged with murder and faces prison if found guilty. Chen’s home is only a few miles from Google’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.
A Google software developer was found drenched in blood at his California home. The man allegedly killed his wife with cruelty.
Giving information about the incident, Santa Clara District Attorney officials said that the police had reached the residence of 27-year-old Liren Chen in Santa Clara, California for a welfare check. Let us tell you that Chen’s house is located just a few miles away from Google’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.
These were Google software employees, the scene of the house was scary
According to News Digital, Chen and his wife Juanyi Yu worked at Google. According to police, on January 16, an associate of Chen contacted 911 to report the pair. The acquaintance told police he was watching Chen, who was sitting on his knees, from the window. When the police arrived at Chen’s residence, he didn’t answer the phone or open the gate. When the officer did manage to enter the house, the scene was terrifying.
The condition of the chain is very bad
According to the News, when the police arrived at Chen’s house, Chen was in critical condition in his room. Chen’s right hand was entirely swelled and turning purple, and he was sitting quite close to his wife. According to officials, Chen sustained major head injuries. Police said Chen, 27, had blood on his clothes, legs, arms, and hands, as well as scratches on his arm.
Accused of murder
Prosecutors said Chen has been charged with murder and faces prison if convicted. According to court documents, Chen’s sentencing was postponed until January 22 due to his continued hospitalization. “Domestic violence deaths are declining in our county,” District Attorney Jeff Rosen stated in a press release. Anyone who believes their partner is assaulting them or anyone else should inform their local law enforcement department. You are not alone. We can help.
“We are shocked and extremely saddened by what happened to Xuanyi,” stated Google spokesperson Bailey Tomson in an email to Fox News Digital. “Our thoughts are with her family at this time.” Yu and Chen attended Tsinghua University in China and the University of California, San Diego, respectively, according to their LinkedIn profiles.