In addition to child support capped by state law at 9 per month, Darren Mack was ordered to pay ,000 per month for spousal support plus household expenses.
Mack was a hunter and sportsman and records show he owned a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson handgun and a Bushmaster .223 semi-automatic rifle.
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He told me he had been out shopping for antiques and sent me the invoice with my name on the top with him “Mr and Mrs Tyon and Sandra Gates”.
Telling me that I will be a part of his life and that he wants to spoil me – take care of me and that he will be very wealthy once he sells his wares back in the US.
He gave me his direct number to his room in Lagos and we spoke regularly, but mostly chatted on Yahoo messenger.
A JUDGE: TARGETED The only person Mack hated more than his wife was the family court judge who presided over their divorce.
So, after killing his wife, he loaded his gun and went after the judge...
In 2003 his income was estimated at 0,000 annually, and his net worth at .4 million.
According to his brother Landon, Mack was active politically and founded the Nevada Pawnbroker Association He and Charla were married on May 13, 1995, and she filed for divorce on February 7, 2005. Charla warned a family friend, "He's out to get me and someday he will probably kill me." Ironically, in 1998 a Reno billboard had proclaimed "The Mack Family Presents: Darren Mack. A unanimous decision by his wife, Charla, and his three wonderful children."Mack was originally defended by attorneys Scott Freeman of Reno and David Chesnoff of Las Vegas.