Colorado dentist, 45, is charged with poisoning his wife to death in 'complex and calculated' plot
A dentist has been charged with murder after his wife and mother of his six children was allegedly poisoned to death.
James Toliver Craig, 45, of Aurora, drove his wife Angela, 43, to a Colorado hospital at about 8:45pm Wednesday after she complained about headaches and dizziness.
Angela was soon declared braindead and doctors eventually made the decision to turn off her life support.
Her death was investigated by Major Crimes Homicide Unit detectives who initially discovered she was poisoned.
‘A warrant for first-degree murder was obtained early Sunday morning shortly after doctors made the decision to take the victim off life support,’ said police.
‘It was quickly discovered this was in fact a heinous, complex and calculated murder,’ said Division Chief Mark Hildebrand.
An individual close to Angela Craig’s family told the Daily Beast that she was a ‘phenomenal woman, outgoing, and the best mother you could imagine.’
‘She was very supportive of her husband, even working in his practice during financial difficulties.’
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