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MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — A northern Idaho man convicted of killing his estranged wife is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 5.
The Lewiston Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1qyEEDi) in a story on Thursday that Charles A. Capone is facing a sentence of up to life in prison for killing 40-year-old Rachael Anderson from Clarkston, Washington, in April 2010. The body of the mother of four hasn't been found.
Capone also was convicted Sept. 17 of failure to notify officials of a death and conspiring to commit failure to notify officials of a death. Authorities say he dumped the body in the Snake River.
The 2nd District Court jury also found 53-year-old Capone to be a habitual offender.
That means he's facing a life sentence for the murder and another life sentence for being a habitual offender.
Information from: Lewiston Tribune, http://www.lmtribune.com
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