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Topic - Kristin Helm
Police have filed kidnapping charges against the wife of a man suspected of killing a Tennessee woman and her oldest daughter and kidnapping the woman's two other daughters.
A man accused of abducting a mother and her three daughters has been described as being like an uncle to the girls.
Walter Cronkite's final resting place will be next to his late wife in Missouri, where the two first met, his chief of staff said Saturday.
In Tennessee, strict laws governing pain clinics force drug dealers out of state for supplies, using Interstate 75 to bring pills back from Florida or move them farther north, said Kristin Helm, spokeswoman for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Ms. Helm said authorities don't know if Mrs. Bain and Mr. Mayes were involved.