Dale Warner Faces Tampering with Evidence Charges in Connection to Wife’s Disappearance
Dale Warner’s Arrest Unveils Tampering with Evidence Allegations in Wife’s Disappearance
According to source, Dale Warner, 55, the husband of a southern Michigan woman missing for over two years, was charged with tampering with evidence on Wednesday in connection with her disappearance. According to court records, he was arraigned in Lenawee County District Court on charges of open murder and tampering with evidence. The arrest, which included charges of tampering with evidence, occurred on Tuesday, and Warner has been ordered held on bond until a probable cause conference scheduled for Nov. 29.
Dee Warner, 52, was last seen in April 2021 at her Franklin Township home, located approximately 70 miles southwest of Detroit. Despite ongoing efforts, authorities have been unable to locate her body.
Dale Warner’s attorney, Mary Chartier, asserted that a comprehensive examination of the evidence, or the lack thereof, in this case would demonstrate that Mr. Warner did not kill his wife. Chartier expressed this sentiment in an email to The Associated Press.
Community Awaits Answers in Dee Warner’s Disappearance as Tampering with Evidence Charges Loom
The case unfolds with unanswered questions surrounding Dee Warner’s disappearance, raising anticipation for the upcoming legal proceedings, particularly the charges related to tampering with evidence. As investigators work to piece together the puzzle, the community awaits more details about the evidence linking Dale Warner to the alleged murder charges and tampering with evidence.
The probable cause conference on Nov. 29 is expected to provide further insights into the circumstances surrounding this mysterious and tragic case, where Dale Warner faces charges of tampering with evidence.