LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Jacqueline Wisniewski and Dr Timothy Jorden conflict led up to the alleged murder-suicide, official now tell news. Jacqueline Wisniewski and Dr Timothy Jorden formerly dated, and worked in the same hospital. But after their split up, Wisniewski warned friends about Jorden, a surgeon who still worked in her hospital.
New details were released to news today about the hospital receptionist, Jacqueline Wisniewski, who was allegedly murdered by her former surgeon boyfriend with no provocation while at work. On Wednesday morning, Jacqueline Wisniewski was allegedly lured by Dr Timothy Jorden to a hallway inside the Erie County Medical Center where the two were employed. Wisniewski was a receptionist training to be a nurse; he was a surgeon and former Army weapons expert.
And while no purported restraining order had been secured between by Wisniewski, she had told friends that her ex-boyfriend was allegedly stalking her. She even claimed that he once allegedly captured her, and held her at knife point.
Friends now tell news that Wisniewski repeatedly told them that Jorden allegedly threatened to kill her. And while Wisniewski claims those purported threats were made several times, her friends believe that Wisniewski didn’t consider them real.
Wisniewski’s friends have yet to indicate any efforts by the hospital worker to tell her staff about the threats. Supervisor ECMC’s Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Dori R. Marshall, was told by Wisniewski that her boyfriend had abused her; but Wisniewski never told Marshall his name.
Moreover, Wisniewski, according to police, never filed a report with officers. But Capt. James J. Speyer Jr. tells news that he had two cases of alleged domestic violence against Jorden, but with other women.
Following Wisniewski’s murder on Wednesday, a national manhunt for the surgeon erupted. On Friday, officials indicated to news that Jorden’s body was found near his residence.