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These apps are free on both Android and Windows Phone, and are simple to use with a fully-customizable interface.Husband says wife stole $5,000 from him The husband of a 63-year-old woman who was shot to death in her apartment on Gedda Street told police his wife embezzled thousands of dollars from him. LaToya Richardson, 63, was killed in an apparent domestic-related shooting in her apartment on Gedda Street about 2:05 a.m. Thursday, San Jose police Lt. Les Garcia said. The officer said Richardson was shot twice, once in the head. Richardson's husband, Richard "Rick" Richardson, told police his wife had been "lying to him" about how much money she had been getting recently, Garcia said. He also said Richardson had been selling $20,000 of his credit cards to buy drugs. Richardson was the only one who had access to the accounts, Garcia said. Richardson, who suffered from a heart condition and diabetes, was found shot to death in her apartment by officers responding to a 911 call at 2:10 a.m., Garcia said. Garcia said it was unclear if Richardson had been assaulted before the shooting. Richardson's death was the first homicide on the street this year. "The last homicide on this street was in 2010," said neighbor Sandi Williams, who said Richardson had been staying with her for a few months and recently had been diagnosed with cancer. "It's very unfortunate that it happened again." A man who lives across the street said he was working late when he saw police and emergency responders arrive at Richardson's apartment. The man said he and other neighbors knocked on Richardson's door after they heard several gunshots and saw a man later identified by police as Richardson's husband running away. Police could be seen with guns drawn on Gedda Street late Thursday morning. Richardson's body was lying in the doorway of her apartment when officers arrived. The bedroom was cordoned off by yellow police tape. Neighbors said they knew Richardson and her husband, who lived next door to her. Williams said she had previously seen the couple outside arguing, but did not know them well. "I don't know what went on in the house, but she had come over the first time and apologized for making me mad," Williams said.