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In this photo provided by the Town of Geneva, Wis., Police Department is Laura Simonson, 37, from Farmington, Minn. Authorities said Wednesday, June. 25, 2014 that a man was arrested in connection with the killing of Simonson, one of two women whose bodies were discovered June 5 in two suitcases discarded along a rural road in Town of Geneva. Authorities have not identified the remains of the second female. (AP Photo/Town of Geneva Police Department)

In this photo provided by the Town of Geneva, Wis., Police Department is Laura Simonson, 37, from Farmington, Minn. Authorities said Wednesday, June. 25, 2014 that a man was arrested in connection with the killing of Simonson, one of two women whose bodies were discovered June 5 in two suitcases discarded along a rural road in Town of Geneva. Authorities have not identified the remains of the second female. (AP Photo/Town of Geneva Police Department)

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