- Associated Press - Friday, December 19, 2014

DENVER (AP) - The case against a suburban Denver man accused of pushing his second wife to her death off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park could be bolstered after a coroner’s ruling in the death of his first wife.

KMGH-TV reports (https://bit.ly/1x6bPrU ) the Douglas County coroner has changed the manner of death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife, Sandra Henthorn, from accidental to “undetermined.” She was crushed to death when a car slipped off a jack while she and her husband were changing a flat in 1995.

Sheriff’s spokeswoman Deborah Sherman has said the death investigation was reopened because of the death of Harold Henthorn’s second wife.

Harold Henthorn is accused of pushing his second wife, Toni Henthorn, off a cliff in a remote area of the national park in 2012.


Information from: KMGH-TV, https://www.thedenverchannel.com

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