REPORT: Dentist charged with murder after allegedly poisoning wife

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A Colorado dentist was arrested Sunday following accusations he poisoned and killed his wife, according to police.

James Toliver Craig, 45, had driven his wife, 43, to a hospital on Wednesday because she was complaining of severe headaches and dizziness, the Aurora Police Department wrote in a press release.

Shortly after arriving at the hospital, his wife’s condition rapidly deteriorated, and she was placed on a ventilator in an intensive care unit. She was eventually declared medically brain-dead.

The report states that medical professionals felt her medical situation was suspicious and contacted police. The Aurora Police Department’s Major Crimes Homicide Unit investigated the claims by the doctors and found that she had been poisoned.

 Division Chief Mark Hildebrand said in a statement, “When the suspicious details of this case came to light, our team of officers and homicide detectives tirelessly worked to uncover the truth behind the victim’s sudden illness and death. It was quickly discovered this was in fact a heinous, complex and calculated murder. I am very proud of our Major Crimes Homicide Unit’s hard work in solving this case and pursuing justice for the victim.”

Reporter Kelly Reinke tweeted Sunday, “A dentist in Aurora is now in county jail on murder charges after police say he poisoned his wife. James Toliver Craig, 45, was arrested Sunday morning. Officers say Craig drove his wife to the hospital and her condition deteriorated quickly. Craig and his wife have six kids, according to his bio on the dentist group’s website.”

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