Colorado dentist who poisoned his wife begins life with a lover

ONE Colorado The dentist accused of poisoning his wife and mother of six children so he could start a new life with his mistress was arrested on Sunday (March 19), an affidavit states. father arrested.

James Toliver Craig allegedly flew in his mistress – described as a Texas orthodontist, to whom he sent “pornographic” emails – while his wife was dying in the hospital, which the The investigator said it was by himself.

Husband searches for undetectable poison on Google, wife has life support device removed on Sunday

The 46-year-old even searched online for what poison could kill a person undetected, and even bought a box of potassium cyanide to his office, just two days ago. when his wife, Angela Craig, 43, was hospitalized. .

Angela is said to have complained of headaches and dizziness, according to affidavit published by the City of Aurora.

Her condition continued to deteriorate rapidly after being hospitalized last Wednesday, and was placed on a ventilator before doctors declared her brain dead.

According to authorities, she was discontinued on life support on Sunday.

The affidavit shows a troubled marriage, with infidelity and financial problems plaguing the couple

The affidavit in question claims to be a troubled marriage, with everything from financial problems to infidelity. Craig is even said to have poisoned his wife in a previous incident, legal documents state.

Angela’s sister told investigators that Craig “had affairs with several women, told Angela he had been addicted to pornography since he was a teenager and drugged Angela for about five years.” until six years ago.”

She added that Angela had told her Craig was “on the verge of bankruptcy,” which would happen a second time, according to authorities.

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Angela’s sister is also said to have told her that Craig drugged her and planned to kill herself with a lethal injection, and didn’t want her to try to stop or save him.

Husband ordered arsenic, cyanide to dental clinic, police say he poisoned her protein shake

She told her husband via text message that she “felt drugged” earlier this month, when she first started showing symptoms of poisoning.

“Given our history, I knew that had to be activated,” Craig replied to her message. “Just for the record, I didn’t drug you. I’m super worried though. You really looked pale before I left. Like in your lips even.

Authorities say they believe he poisoned her with arsenic.

Craig allegedly used a computer at his dental office to determine the amount of medication needed to kill a person and ordered three deadly chemicals, arsenic, cyanide and oleandrin.

Investigators went on to claim that he poisoned his wife’s protein shake with poison before killing her with cyanide he ordered at his office.

Husband tried to say his wife had suicidal thoughts, but investigators say she never showed any signs of wanting to kill herself.

He even told an employee at his dental practice that he was waiting for a personal package to be delivered to the office and specifically asked her not to open it.

But another worker accidentally opened it. As the first officer was resealing the package, she discovered “a biohazard sticker and the words ‘Potassium Cyanide’ on a round box” inside, the affidavit states.

Craig is said to have tried to explain the poison, saying he ordered potassium cyanide for his wife because she wanted to commit suicide.

However, investigators said Angela did not show any signs of suicidal ideation.

Aurora Police Department Chief Mark Hildebrand called the reported poisoning “a brutal, complex and calculated murder.”


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