Published: Feb 08, 2013 12:36 AM EST
Updated: Feb 08, 2013 12:59 AM EST

SAN CARLOS PARK, Fla - Brand new documents reveal disturbing details in the brutal murder of a San Carlos Park woman. Debra Striano was found dead inside her home last year. 

July 24th, 2012 Russell Myers returned home from a quick trip at the store to find his boarder collie Scruffy covered in blood and his girlfriend Debra Striano brutally murdered in their bedroom. 

"There isn't a day that goes by that I don't get flashbacks of what I saw that night," says Myers.  

The one thousand pages detailing criminal investigation reveal Striano's boyfriend, Russell Myers knew Debra's alleged killer. 

Myers shared a home with Striano, his girlfriend of nearly 15 years. July 24, 2012 Myers returned home from a quick trip at the store to find his boarder collie Scruffy covered in blood and Striano brutally murdered in their bedroom. 

"There isn't a day that goes by that I don't get flashbacks of what I saw that night," says Myers. 

Myers was questioned by police and cleared, but the criminal investigation reveals he had another relationship with a woman named Allison Jaye. Myers tells WINK News in an exclusive interview it was never sexual, but a friendship, lending Allison and her brother, Dustin, money and helping them take care of their mother. Allison's brother, 24-year-old Dustin Jaye, is charged with Striano's murder.  

Myers says, "I know the justice system just has to work. I need to look into the guys face. That's part of my closure." 

Jaye's uncle, Billy Ray Retherford, was a second suspect in the murder. He was killed in a shoot out with law enforcement in August. 

Just a day after the murder, Myers disclosed In a sworn statement, Debra signed a will the day she was killed and named him the beneficiary. 
          
"That's one of the first things I said," Myers says of his sworn statement with Lee County investigators. "You're not going to believe this but the will was executed on the same day. Very very strange. Just a bizarre coincidence." 

The report also reveals a few days before the murder, Myers told Allison and Dustin Jaye he had saved $8,600 from selling investment property, was making $20,000 a day with his lawn care business, and kept money in a floor safe in the master bedroom; the same room where Striano was found with her neck slit open. 

"I was set up," says Myers. "They were trying to call me to see where I was during the robbery, which ended up being a murder." 

Six months after that tragic day, Scruffy has fully recovered and Striano's life lives on through pictures and memories. "Every day I told her I love her," says Myers. 

Jaye was indicted by a grand jury in October of 2012. He is expected back in court in May.