Woman begs for help in several 911 calls before she is killed.
Dwayne White Sr., 41, will face a judge Wednesday, one day after the release of 911 calls made by his wife before she was found dead.
Florida's Seminole County Sheriff's Office released a call Tuesday made by Sarah Rucker, a local mother, who was found stabbed to death in a sub shop's parking lot in Longwood.
"I could be dead right now, and you wouldn't even care, and they wouldn't even know," Rucker said in the 911 call she made three hours before she was found dead.
The Sheriff's Office said the victim's estranged husband, Dwayne White Sr., 41, was named as the prime suspect in the killing.
White, who is being held at the Volusia County Jail, was previously accused of beating Rucker at her Deltona home.
Officers said a warrant is being prepared charging him in his wife's death.
Deputies said they can't explain why Rucker left her home at 2 a.m. after she said White beat her.
Officials said White left the home before authorities arrived in that incident.
Detectives have not said how Rucker ended up outside the sub shop, where she was found.
The case remains under investigation.