After a nationwide manhunt, police say Stormy Delehanty, 28, is under arrest for the brutal murder of her husband, Roman Roshchupkin, aka Roman Roshehupkin, a 34-year-old Russian man who was found dead in his apartment in Deerfield Township Monday night. Stormy Daniele Nicole Delehanty initially went on the run after stabbing him to death. His body was found by a 16-year-old family member. Friends say he arrived in the U.S. 13-years ago from Russia to live the American dream. It’s not the first time Stormy has had trouble with the law. Back in January, she crashed her car with three kids inside and later fled the crime scene with one child, leaving behind the two other children in the car, Fox-19 reported. Today, she is booked into the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Currently, there is a GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses.
Some who know Stormy say they aren’t surprised by what has happened. Others say it could have been domestic violence-related. Roman Roshchupkin’s close friends describe him this way in the GoFundMe post.
This week we experienced an unthinkable tragedy. We lost our most kindest, caring friend, son Roman Roshchupkin. He was stabbed to death by his wife.
Roman came to the United States 13 years ago to follow his American dream. He was a wonderful person with a great sense of humor. He worked a lot, never gave up and always supported his friends. Due to different circumstances, he didn’t have a chance to visit his parents throughout these years, and he was an only son they have.
Please consider donating any amount to Roman’s family in these difficult times. The funds raised will be used to cover all costs associated with the transportation of Roman’s body to his parents in Russia and funeral services. We don’t know yet the total amount needed to cover these expenses, that’s why we set our goal at $50,000. Any left over amount will be sent to his parents. Please share and keep Roman, all his family and friends in your prayers.
Accoring to Roman’s Facebook page, he is from Voronezh, Russia. We’ll continue to update the details of this true crime case as they become available.
[Main image—Police File Photo]