The Minnesota man suspect, Tony James McClelland, 47, was taken into custody by sheriff deputies following the tragic death of his wife, Angela Marie, 49.
A Minnesota man has been apprehended and accused of murdering his wife in a hit-and-run incident, announced the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office
Authorities received a report regarding a body discovered on the side of the highway. Subsequent investigation identified the deceased as Angela Marie McClelland the wife of the Minnesota man. The married couple shared a residence in Fort Ripley, and during the two-week period that followed the incident, investigators diligently collected sufficient evidence and information, leading to the arrest of the husband the Minnesota man.
An obituary published online revealed that the couple exchanged vows on October 20, 2011, at the Little White Chapel in Las Vegas. Described as inseparable and avid travelers, they enjoyed a close bond.
Angela Marie had a fondness for dachshunds and was deeply committed to her children, as stated in the obituary
Tony James McClelland, a resident of Minnesota, has been accused of second-degree murder and criminal vehicular homicide. The Minnesota man has been confined to the Crow Wing County jail and awaits his court appearance, according to the jail’s online records.
Court documents indicate that the Minnesota man McClelland previously faced legal consequences for driving under the influence, resulting in a 2006 conviction. As a result, he served a 90-day jail sentence and was mandated to attend alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs.