Thirteen years after reporting her missing, a Wisconsin man turned himself in to police for throwing his wife's body in a dumpster.
According to the Daily Mail, 37-year-old Keith Comfort walked into a police station and confessed to strangling his wife in the heat of an argument and throwing her body into a dumpster.
Megan Nicole Schultz, 24, was last seen alive thirteen years ago in Missouri and was reported missing by Comfort in August 2006. At the time, he told he last saw her 24 hours earlier when she left their apartment following an argument. Police did not suspect foul play.
Schultz recounted the day of her murder, telling authorities that his wife called him "in hysterics" claiming to have ripped someone off in a drug deal. A coworker gave him a ride home, and upon his arrival she was "frantic, yelling, and 'swinging' her arms at him.'" That's when things escalated and the murder occurred.
The couple shared one daughter, who was a baby at the time of the murder. Three weeks after she was reported missing, Comfort filed for divorce. He remarried sometime after, but has since divorced his second wife.
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