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A Utah man whose wife has been charged in his murder had warned family members to suspect her if he died suddenly, according to court records.
Affidavits for search warrants obtained through the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said relatives of Eric Richins relayed what he told them he feared, according to NBC News.
“They advised he warned them that if anything happened to him she was to blame,” the records said, indicating that Richins told them he suspected his wife of trying to poison him in the past.
Kouri Richins, Eric’s widow, was arrested Monday and is accused in charging documents of poisoning her husband with a lethal dose of fentanyl at their home in Kamas, a small mountain town near Park City.
A medical examiner later found five times the lethal dose of fentanyl in his system.
The murder charges come months after Kouri Richins’ self-published “Are You with Me?” — an illustrated storybook about a young boy wondering about his father’s presence in his life after the dad dies.
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