Chicago, Illinois – What started out as a case that initially appeared like it would focus on the murdered woman’s husband, because they were going through a bitter divorce battle, has taken a sharp turn to the left.
Charges have been filed in the murder case of a United Airlines flight attendant DeCarol Deloney-Cain who was found dead in the trunk of her car in Gary, Indiana, on Monday, and it’s not the husband who has been charged.
On July 7th, Indiana Lake Police received a call notifying them of a 2008 Toyota Solara car left in the middle of the road, in a remote wooded area. A body with the hands and feet bound with red duct tape and a pillow case over the head was found, wrapped in black plastic bags in the trunk of the car, 12 miles north of Crown Point.
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