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Crime Google employee suspected of killing wife in Hawaii released pending investigation

08:50  22 february  2020
08:50  22 february  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Google Cloud manager accused of murdering his Microsoft employee wife is RELEASED from custody The couple were enjoying a vacation in Hawaii along with their children when her body was found on a beach. Saxena was released on Friday without charges pending further investigation .

A Google product manager who was arrested for the alleged murder of his wife in Hawaii was released from custody at about 1 :20 p.m. on Friday “ pending investigation ,” cops said. Sonam Saxena, 43, of Bellevue, Washington, was arrested Wednesday after the body of a woman thought to

A 43-year-old Google employee arrested on suspicion of killing his wife in Hawaii was released from custody Friday "pending investigation," police said.

a woman smiling for the camera: Smriti Saxena. © Hawaii Police Department Smriti Saxena.

Sonam Saxena, a Google Cloud product manager from Bellevue, Washington, was booked on second-degree murder Wednesday after his wife's body was found in the general area where she was last seen, Hawaii Island Police said.

Smriti Saxena, 41, also of Bellevue, was reported missing Tuesday night. She was last seen at Lava Lava Beach Club in Waikoloa, Hawaii News Now reported

Sonam Saxena tweeted at Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Wednesday that, "my wife has been missing since last night and @Hawaii_Police is busy giving interviews to media about body recovered, but is unwilling to pick up my phone."

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Smriti Saxena ( Hawaii Police Department ). A Google project manager was arrested in Hawaii on Wednesday on suspicion of the second degree Sonom Saxena, 43, was arrested after his wife , Smriti, went missing a day earlier. A body was found near Aneaho’omalu Bay, her last known location

Google product manager Sonam Saxena called the police in Anaeuhoomalu Bay, Hawaii Tuesday night begging for help — he said his wife , Smitri The Seattle couple were vacationing in Hawaii and spending time on the beach Tuesday when Smitri began having an asthma attack, Sonam told West

Sonam Saxena's Twitter feed also included posts on Thursday of news stories chronicling the death of cut-copy-and-paste inventor Larry Tesler and the spread of coronavirus.

Investigators are asking for anyone who was in the south beach area of 'Anaeho'omalu Bay, on the northwest side of the big island, on Tuesday night, to call police.

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