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(KSL News) Jealousy may have led a Magna man to stab his ex-girlfriend to death.

According to a probable cause statement from the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office, Charles Gunkel broke into Morena Robbins' home on Friday to confront her about a new boyfriend.

The statement says he pulled out a pocket knife and began strangling Robbins then stabbed her and went home and told his daughter what happened.

When police arrived, Gunkel reportedly told them where the murder weapon was. Police then arrested Gunkel.

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