By Associated Press - Saturday, July 4, 2015

UNION, Ky. (AP) - A northern Kentucky man who called 911 saying his girlfriend repeatedly banged her own head on a window has been charged with murder in her death.

The Kentucky Enquirer reports ( ) Daniel Vetter called authorities last month and told dispatchers he was outside when the woman began banging her head on a window.

Meranda Hobbs, 27, died after the June 4 incident.

Investigators with the Boone County Sheriff’s Office said there were “unusual circumstances” surrounding the incident. Vetter told police the two had been drinking that morning and Hobbs began hitting her head when he was outside on the phone.

Vetter, 33, of Union, was arrested Wednesday at the Kenton County Detention Center, where he was already serving a sentence for a DUI conviction.


Information from: The Kentucky Enquirer,

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