Jill Halliburton Su was found bound in homes bathtub. Her throat was slashed.
The 59-year-old lived in a gated community in Davie, Florida.
Arrested is Dayont'e Omar Resiles, 20.
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Police have arrested a 20-year-old man in the mysterious death of Jill Halliburton Su, a prominent wife of a college professor and relative of the Halliburton Oil dynasty.Continue reading ►
At a news conference Thursday in Davie, Florida, police named Dayont'e Omar Resiles as a suspect in the 59-year-old woman's death. He is being charged with first-degree murder, according to police.
It was the first major development in the case since Su's body was found in her bathtub on Sept. 8.
Although the investigation seemed painfully slow to the South Florida community, authorities maintain that they were conducting a thorough investigation – even if they didn't talk about it publicly.
"There's a lot of information that we're keeping tight to our chest," Dale Engle, captain of the Davie Police Department, tells PEOPLE. "There is a lot of information that only one other person would know, and we don't want to share that right yet."
Su's death was discovered when her husband, Nan Yao, was unable to watch the live feeds of his home security camera. He called his son, Justin, and asked him to check on the house. When Justin arrived at the family home, he found her dead in the bathtub. A glass door had been shattered, and at least one room of the house had been ransacked.
The death was classified as a homicide. Police interviewed the family members and searched the canal behind the family home for evidence pertaining to the case.
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