ANDERSON – A central Indiana woman whose daughter was fatally shot while the two women were bound together during a home invasion is suing her ex-boyfriend in the killing.
Terri Wiles’ civil lawsuit targets 53-year-old Roy Parmley, who remains at large and faces a murder charge in 31-year-old Amanda Wiles’ June slaying.
The Herald-Bulletin reports (http://bit.ly/NKx6A9) the suit alleges Parmley’s “cold-blooded killing” of Amanda Wiles in front of her mother was intended by Parmley to inflict “gross emotional distress and mental suffering.”
Authorities say Terry Wiles broke up with Parmley days before he entered her Lapel home while mother and daughter were away. When they returned he allegedly tied them together, told Wiles he was going to “take away something dear” from her and shot her daughter in the face.