Fri., 11:08am: Indictment in Ashtabula County antifreeze murder
ASHTABULA — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ashtabula County Sheriff William Johnson announced today that, following a joint investigation by the Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office and the Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation, an Ohio woman is now charged with murder in connection with the poisoning death of her husband in 2009.
This week, an Ashtabula County Grand Jury indicted Teresa Kotomski, 53, on one count of Murder and one count of Contaminating a Substance for Human Consumption.
Teresa Kotomski is accused of killing Raymond Kotomski, 65, who died on August 16, 2009, several days after he was found unconscious inside his Pierpont home. An autopsy found that he died as a result of complications from ethylene glycol toxicity.
Complete coverage will appear in Saturday’s Tribune Chronicle print and electronic editions.