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By David Keene
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Topic - Larry Nesbit
One woman was arrested on suspicion of murder. The body of another was discovered near a lake some 70 miles away. The connection between them, and just about everything else in the case, remained murky as authorities investigated the disappearance of a U.S. Marine's wife from San Diego County.
Lopez was under guard at University of California, San Diego Medical Center with self-inflicted wounds and will be taken to jail after she's treated, Nesbit said.
"There are too many loose ends to try to make any sense of it at this point," said Lt. Larry Nesbit, the lead homicide detective in the case, told KCAL-TV.