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    Man Drives 17 Hours To Meet Woman He Met Online While His Dead Wife Was In The Trunk Of The Car


    A man from Texas has been arrested by

    police after his wife’s body was found in the
    trunk of a vehicle he drove to go visit a love
    interest he met online.



    Dequalan Dejuan Harris, 35, and his wife

    Tamara R. Harris, 33, were in the process of
    getting a divorce when she was found dead
    in the trunk of her own car which was
    driven by her estranged husband. Cedar Hill
    police disclosed that the couple has a
    previous non-violent call history to 911.
    Tamara, from Cedar Hill, Texas had been
    reported missing on Friday. Her relatives
    who had not heard from her or her young
    child for several days were the ones who
    notified Cedar Hill police that she was
    missing. Officers used the OnStar system in
    her 2015 Chevy Traverse to try and find her.
    They were able to locate her car in
    Mansfield, Ohio, about 1,150miles away
    from Cedar Hill and they notified Mansfield
    Police.
    Mansfield Police found the car parked on the
    street on Saturday morning while Dequalan
    was inside one of the homes with another
    woman. The woman was Demika Rucker,
    who Dequalan met online. He had driven 17
    hours from Texas to Ohio to meet her.
    Demika said Dequalan arrived her home at
    about 3.30pm on Friday.
    When Dequalan was asked about his wife’s
    whereabouts, he told police he hadn’t seen
    her since Thursday when he picked up her
    child from her home. Mansfield Police
    arrested Dequalan after he tried to run
    away. Before towing Tamara’s car, officers
    found her body in the trunk.
    Dequalan is being held on charges including
    resisting arrest, obstructing official business
    and abuse of a corpse, which is a fifth-
    degree felony. He pleaded not-guilty at his
    video arraignment at Richland County Jail in
    Ohio Monday. Mansfield Municipal Magistrate
    Phil Naumoff ordered bond be set at $
    1million. Naumoff also ordered a personal
    recognizance bond and electronic
    monitoring.
    The child who was found with Dequalan is
    in custody of Children’s Services in Ohio
    while other family members are being
    tracked down with the help of Texas Child
    Protective Services.
    The Mansfield Police Department is
    investigating Tamara’s death with the help
    of Cedar Hill Police. An autopsy on the dead
    woman’s body will determine the cause of
    death.




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