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Joshua Hunsucker biography: 13 things about Stacy Robinson Hunsucker’s husband from Mount Holly, North Carolina

Joshua Lee Hunsucker, Stacy Elizabeth Robinson Hunsucker

Joshua Lee Hunsucker, Stacy Elizabeth Robinson Hunsucker

Joshua Lee Hunsucker is a white man from North Carolina, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He lives in Mount Holly, Gaston County, North Carolina. (a)
  2. He grew up in Stanley, Gaston County. (a)
  3. He and Stacy Elizabeth Robinson Hunsucker attended East Gaston High School in Mount Holly. (a)
  4. On May 1, 2010, he and Stacy got married in Myrtle Beach, Horry County, South Carolina, USA. She gave birth to their first daughter in February 2013 and to their second daughter in October 2014. On December 20, 2019, Stacy’s sister Jessica Darlene Hunsucker was granted permanent custody of the two daughters. (a) (b)
  5. On February 25, 2013, he and Stacy acquired a three-bedroom house in the Catawba Heights neighborhood in Mount Holly. In 2013, he started working as a paramedic at Atrium Health’s MedCenter Air in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. He was fired on December 20, 2019. (a) (b) (c)
  6. He was accused of poisoning Stacy with Visine, an eye drops product produced by Johnson & Johnson, which caused her death on September 23, 2018. He was allegedly inspired by South Carolina woman Lana Sue Clayton who killed her husband Stephen Delvalle Clayton  with eye drops in July 2018. He did not allow an autopsy to be performed on her body but as part of her wish to make an organ donation, a blood sample had been preserved. High levels of tetrahydrozoline were found in her blood. (a) (c)
  7. As the beneficiary on Stacy’s two life insurance policies, he received $250,000 upon her death. He was accused of suing the money to buy a $100,000 Supra boat in January 2019, buy another piece of property and pay off his house. (b)
  8. He was 34 years old when Stacy died. She was 2 years younger than him. (a) (b)
  9. In March 2019, he had another girlfriend. (a)
  10. In May 2019, North Carolina Department of Insurance special agents started investigating him after Stacy’s mother Suzanne C. “Suzie” Robinson accused him of insurance fraud resulting from her daughter’s suspicious death. Suzie filed a wrongful death lawsuit against him on December 23, 2019, the same day Gaston County Superior Court Judge Jesse B. Caldwell Jr. granted a temporary restraining order. (a) (b)
  11. While working as an Atrium Health’s MedCenter Air paramedic, he allegedly set fire to a syringe pump aboard a medical helicopter in Charlotte mid-flight, which forced the helicopter to make an emergency landing on November 26, 2019. (d)
  12. On December 19, 2019, he was arrested, booked into the Gaston County Jail in Gastonia, Gaston County and charged with the first-degree murder of Stacy. On December 20, 2019, he made his first appearance in court before District Court Judge James Jackson, who set his bond at $1.5 million. On December 24, 2019, he posted $1.5 million bail and was released from the Gaston County Jail. (a) (b)
  13. On March 29, 2021, he was arrested on a felony charge of damaging Atrium Health’s property. On March 30, 2021, he bonded out of jail. He is expected to attend a probable cause hearing on May 18, 2021. (e)



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