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CrimeHusband, who has violent past, killed Heather Gumina Waters because she was 'witness to a crime': report

10:35  11 september  2019
10:35  11 september  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Heather , who also went by the name Heather Gumina Waters , went missing on July 16, just four months 1. Heather Gumina Went Missing After a Fight With her Husband . There were initial reports that In February 2019, police responded to a domestic violence call when Heather told authorities

She had been reported missing since mid-July, but her remains were recovered Friday. Dressed in an orange jail jumpsuit in court, Gumina is now facing a special allegation -- that he killed his wife because Heather Gumina was a witness to a crime and was “intentionally killed to prevent her

A California man accused of killing his missing wife, whose body was found Friday, allegedly murdered her to prevent her from testifying about a crime she witnessed, court documents revealed Tuesday, according to a report.

Husband, who has violent past, killed Heather Gumina Waters because she was 'witness to a crime': report© FoxNews.com 44-year-old Anthony Gumina charged with first degree murder; Anita Vogel reports from Los Angeles.

Anthony Gumina of Pleasant Valley, Calif., about 50 miles east of Sacramento, was in court Tuesday, four days after the body of Heather Gumina Waters was found in the Pleasant Valley area. She had been missing since July 15.

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They feared she was in more pain than she let on. Now they have bigger fears because Heather , who they describe as “a devoted and loving mother Her husband , Anthony Gumina , told DailyMailTV he has been looking for his wife every day even though search party members say he is not involved in

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"Heather Gumina was a witness to a crime and was intentionally killed to prevent her from testifying in a criminal proceeding,” the criminal complaint says, according to Sacramento's FOX 40.

The husband has a history of violence, FOX 40 reported. In January, he was charged with tackling his wife while she held their 4-year-old son and tried to prevent her from calling 911.

Gumina was also charged with breaking his wife’s collarbone the night before she went missing.

It’s not clear what crime the complaint refers to her witnessing, but it may have been the January attack, FOX 40 reported.

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The husband of a California mother who vanished earlier this summer was taken into custody after human remains believed to belong to the missing woman were discovered. Anthony John Gumina , 44, was arrested on an outstanding no-bail warrant for domestic violence on Sept.

Heather Gumina was reported missing July 19. As CrimeOnline previously reported , investigators found her black 2005 Infiniti G35 weeks later in El Shortly before she disappeared, Heather had been hospitalized after breaking her collarbone and had cried about the amount of pain she was in

Gumina was also accused of threatening to kill a former business partner and burn down his house in 2017. He allegedly kicked in the man’s front door, pushed him to the ground and drove away in his backhoe, according to the station.

He tested positive for opioids and methamphetamines at the time.

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The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office said Saturday on Facebook that Anthony Gumina, 44, was initially arrested on an outstanding no-bail warrant for domestic violence.

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