A U.S. Airman is accused of helping an Ohio woman kill her husband.
Tech Sergeant Michael Clark, 33, and Angelina Hamrick, 32, both face first degree felony charges over the death of 42-year-old Jason Hamrick.
Jason's was discovered in a ditch outside his home in Clermont County, Ohio, on June 28, according to police.
According to Fox News, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office reports indicate 42-year-old Jason Hamrick — reportedly a veteran of the Air Force — was found late last month dead in a ditch near his family’s Tate Township residence.
His wife, 32-year-old Angelina Hamrick, and 33-year-old Tech Sgt. Michael Clark were arrested Saturday in connection with the death, as reported by ABC News.
Hamrick was found June 30 face down in a ditch on a road near the home he shared with his wife and three sons in Tate Township, according to Fox 19 Cincinnati, which reported interviewing a neighbor.
The woman said she saw deputies take Hamrick away in handcuffs.
Clark once lived in Clermont County but now lives in Abilene, Texas, and is assigned to Dyess Air Force Base, according to KTXS-TV.
A spokesperson for Dyess Air Force Base in Taylor County, Texas, confirmed to KTXS that they were cooperating with investigators.