Man charged with stabbing Greenfield mother also tried killing her parents, say court documents
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GREENFIELD- New information on the murder of a Greenfield woman.
Her boyfriend is the suspect and new court documents TODAY'S TMJ4 obtained, show after allegedly killing his girlfriend the suspect was en route to kill her parents too.
TODAY'S TMJ4 also learned Christopher Gish was a witness to another domestic violence homicide just a year ago.
The family of Maggie Litwicki is still troubled by her murder.
Greenfield police found the 38-year-old mother of three stabbed to death inside her townhouse.
Her two son's Kaleb and Kayden were asleep inside.
Maggie Litwicki's aunt, Sherry Ayers told TODAY'S TMJ4 the kids need financial help.
"They're not doing very well the whole family is not doing well," said Ayers. "It's going to take a lot to take care of three kids."
The family said the loss is too much to deal with.
Litwicki's live-in boyfriend, Christopher Gish has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide.
New court papers reveal he told police he suspected Litwicki of cheating "so out of rage he stabbed her with a kitchen knife" twice in the chest and even "kicked her in the face before leaving."
But new information reveals after killing his girlfriend, Gish decided to "travel to the house of Margaret Litwicki's parents to kill them for knowing about the affair."
Gish crashed his car in Oak Creek, allegedly on the way there.
"Common sense tells me the average person becomes so consumed with rage and anger that they just don't think clearly," said Greenfield Police Sgt. Ray Radakovich. "Ironically the suspect in this domestic violence incident was a witness to another domestic violence homicide right across the street."
Gish remains behind bars.
Gish is the father of two of Litwicki's three children, so they are essentially without both parents.
For anyone wanting to help Litwicki's children and family, they can make donations to:
C/O Margaret Litwicki Memorial Fund at any Tri-City National Bank
The fund is being used to pay for funeral expenses and help care for the children.