Dairy farmer charged with murder

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A dairy farmer from north-central Tennessee has been indicted by a grand jury on second-degree murder charges following the death of his wife last June.

Kenneth Lame has claimed that the death of his wife, Wendy, was an accident.

“On the initial investigation, Kenneth Lame had told us that it was an accidental shooting, that he had accidently shot his wife Wendy in the back,” Detective Lisa House, of the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office told KSMV-TV in Nashville.

Read more and see an video clip here.

Source: KSMV-TV in Nashville



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