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Husband allegedly stabbed wife in neck multiple times, killing her

FLAT ROCK, MI – A Michigan man has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder related to the stabbing death of his wife, authorities said. The body of Christina Ann Lowe, 30, was found in a bedroom of her Flat Rock home last week when police were called for a wellness check on Tuesday, June 15, according to a news release from the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. She had multiple stab wounds to her neck.
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