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Aurora dentist James Craig to plead for wife’s poisoning death

James Toliver Craig, 45. (Photo courtesy of Aurora Police Department)

By JESSE BEDYAN, Associated Press/Report for America

An Aurora dentist accused of killing his wife by mixing his protein shakes with poison is set to plead in court on Tuesday to first-degree murder charges.

Police say James Craig, who began an affair before his wife’s death on March 18, searched online for answers to questions such as “Is arsenic detectable in an autopsy?” and “how to make a murder look like a heart attack”. In the following days, Craig’s wife, Angela Craig, then Googled the symptoms she was suffering from, including dizziness, tremors and cold lips, District Attorney John Kellner told a preliminary hearing. in July.

Angela Craig, a mother of six and married to her husband of 23 years, died of cyanide and tetrahydrozoline poisoning, the latter substance found in over-the-counter eye drops, according to the Arapahoe County Coroner, Kelly Lear.

At the preliminary hearing, James Craig’s lawyers argued that there was no direct evidence that Craig had put poison in his wife’s shakes and accused the lead detective of bias against Craig. Neither the affidavit nor the testimony at the hearing explained how investigators believed Angela Craig had been poisoned with tetrahydrozoline.

Craig was also later charged with tampering with evidence, but details of that allegation have not been released.


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