Husband-killer on the lam after murdering lookalike, stealing her identity: cops

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The woman also alleged that the police officer had arrested her along with her husband and son stating that her complaint was false.

Lois Ann Riess, 56, spotted "twin" Pamela Hutchinson, 59, in Fort Myers Beach, and somehow finagled her way inside the woman's apartment - where Riess shot her dead on Monday, CBS Minnesota reported.

A Minnesota lady who is required in connection with her spouse's departure is charged with murdering a Florida lady who wore her, as she eluded police subsequently exposing the individuality of the woman, officials said Friday.

Narrating her ordeal during the 28 years long captivity to Channel Television, Ms Martha Eyong says, she was kidnapped at the age of 16 when the suspect, a 78-year-old man Ali Omonya Ameh, sprayed her with a white substance believed to be powder, allowing her to do anything he instructed.

Richardson was wanted on charges including attempted murder, criminal confinement, and strangulation. The auto has been found in Louisiana and Corpus Christi, Texas, as Hutchinson died. Her Cadillac Escalade was found abandoned in a Florida park. "Riess is considered armed and unsafe and should not be approached if located".

Riess has been on the run since at least late March, after David Riess's business partner called Dodge County authorities on March 23 to ask them to check on him.

After allegedly killing her hubby, Riess forged her husband's signature to swipe $11,000 from his bank account and headed to a casino in Iowa.

Riess is about 5-feet-5 inches tall, weighs 165 pounds and has brown eyes and light blond hair, authorities said.

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