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Domestic dispute and house fire preceded woman's death



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(KSL News) A woman found murdered in the Huntsville cemetery may have been a victim of arson in the days before her death.

The Weber County Sheriff's Office says the Layton home of Noemi Rodriguez burned down one week before she was reported missing. No one was home at the time, and the fire is still under investigation.

Domestic dispute and house fire preceded woman's death

The sheriff's office tells the Salt Lake Tribune Rodriguez was also a party in a domestic dispute call the day before her home burned.

The other person involved in that incident was her boyfriend Gutberto Heras-Corrales. He is now being sought as a person of interest in her murder.

Rodriguez was found dead on Friday by a snowplow driver

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