An Ohio woman is charged with murder after authorities say she killed her husband, dismembered his body and lived with the remains for six months. Channel believed that Howard Eubank was in Texas. On Sunday, law enforcement sources confirmed that decomposing body parts were found inside belonging to a man.
Police were called to the Eubank house in Coventry Township, Ohio, when the Eubank's 23-year-old son discovered what he thought were human remains in plastic containers.
The medical examiner's office said it might be a while before the remains are positively identified because of the body's advanced state of decomposition. Her hearing is set for 1 p.m. Barry claimed that texts sent between the son and Marcia indicated that Marcia instructed him to call police.
Marcia admitted shooting and killing her husband in the back of the head on June 13, authorities told News 5 Cleveland. The Summit County Sheriff's Department then received a report that Marcia had been seen at a Walmart, and went there to arrest her. The autopsy is not complete, but investigators believe the remains belong to Howard.
Investigators from the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded and made a gruesome discovery.
Sheriff Steve Barry said Marcia Eubank had "almost an expression of relief" when he located her in an Arlington Rd. parking lot. Through text messages on his phone, Marcia Eubank told his employer he was quitting in the weeks after his death.
Howard Eubank worked at Warren Pump and Supply, an Akron water supply company, for more than a decade.
No motive has been released. At one point, Howard had moved out of the home but later returned. She was set to appear in court again Wednesday.