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Thursday, July 06, 2017

Estranged wife charged in case of ex-FBI agent found dead in Md.

WASHINGTON — Police in Laurel, Md., have arrested and charged the estranged wife in the death of a retired FBI agent who was found dead in the yard of his home in March.

Anne Reed Allen, 62, was arrested Friday, June 30. She’s charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and the use of a handgun in a crime of violence in the death of Scott Alan Horn.

Allen is being held without bond at Prince George’s County Correctional facility.

A full bail review will be held Friday afternoon at Upper Marlboro District Court, according to Allen’s lawyer, Andrew Jezic.

“Ms. Allen has never been arrested in her life. She’s a law-abiding citizen, she’s a veteran, she’s a lifelong nurse, she’s a mother, she’s a good neighbor, she’s a good person with absolutely no record,” Jezic told WTOP. “And she’s not guilty, she’s innocent and we intend to prove that at trial.”


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

She has said "Hillary made me do it".