COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A central Ohio coroner has ruled that a 35-year-old woman was killed by someone before she was thrown down the stairs of a vacant house.
Columbus police said Friday that the death of Amber Henry was a homicide. Police say she was found dead Wednesday in a vacant house, and officers charged her husband with abuse of a corpse for allegedly throwing her body down some stairs in the house.
Her husband, 40-year-old Guido Henry turned himself into police Thursday night. He has not been charged in his wife's slaying. There was no attorney information available for him.
The Columbus Dispatch reports that the Henrys have been married since 2008, according to court records, and lived a street over from the house where her body was found.