September 27, 2021
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first_imgA prosecutor on Wednesday laid out the volatile moments leading up to Todd Marjama Jr. fatally shooting his wife at their home in Five Corners.Marjama — who at the time was dating and living with another woman — was frustrated that his wife, Amanda Marjama, had refused to sign divorce papers. He was obsessed over her talking to another man and enraged to find out that man had been over at the house, Deputy Prosecutor Luka Vitasovic said during closing arguments in Todd Marjama’s murder trial.Marjama, 29, retrieved a handgun, made sure it was loaded, cocked the hammer and pointed it at his head. He threatened to kill himself if his wife didn’t tell the truth.“It’s not just a scare tactic,” Vitasovic said, arguing that Marjama was manipulating his wife.When that didn’t work, he followed her to the master bedroom’s bathroom, where she had locked herself inside, Vitasovic said, and threatened to break down the door.Marjama then intentionally shot through the palm of his left hand and through the closed bathroom door, knowing his wife was on the other side, Vitasovic argued.last_img