Michael Jace Admitted to Father-in-Law that He Shot Wife

Actor Michael Jace appears in court in Los Angeles Thursday, May. 22, 2014.  A judge has delayed the arraignment of  Jace on a murder charge filed over his wife's shooting death earlier this week. Attorneys for Jace, who played a police officer in the hit TV series "The Shield," sought a continuance during the actor's first court appearance in Los Angeles on Thursday. He's due back in court June 18. The 51-year-old was charged Thursday with a single count of murder and he is accused of shooting his wife April multiple times in their home Monday evening. (AP Photo/David McNew, Pool)
Actor Michael Jace appears in court in Los Angeles Thursday, May. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/David McNew, Pool)

ANN TATKO-PETERSON, Contra Costa Times

(Contra Costa Times) — Actor Michael Jace apparently called his father-in-law after shooting his wife, April Jace on May 19, a 911 call revealed Thursday.

The three-minute call between April Jace’s father and a fire department dispatcher appear to be further proof that Jace, 51, killed his wife, according to the Associated Press. The actor, who starred on “The Shield,” has been charged in the killing but has not yet entered a plea.

“My son-in-law called me, and (texted) me, and said come get the kids because he shot April, our daughter,” said the caller, whose name was redacted from the audio.


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