Man faces murder charge in Georgia after wife’s body found in RV

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MACON — A man in central Georgia has been charged with murdering his wife, after sheriff’s deputies said they found the woman dead inside the recreational vehicle where the couple lived.

The Macon Telegraph reported that Harold Seidenfaden, 78, was being held without bond at the Houston County Jail for the death of his wife, 60-year-old Debora Seidenfaden. Her cause of death was not immediately released.

The sheriff’s office said its deputies answered a 911 call Sunday from a neighbor and found the body of Debora Seidenfaden inside the couple’s RV where they lived south of Perry. Harold Seidenfaden had earlier told the neighbor that “he had been in an argument with his wife ... and that her body was inside the RV,” according to the sheriff’s office statement.

Sheriff’s deputies said when they found Harold Seidenfaden, he had “some injuries to his person.”

It wasn’t immediately clear if Harold Seidenfaden had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

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