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Part of the challenge, he said, “is solving all the mysteries that surround this case.
“We’re asking everyone to be patient so we can all get to the bottom of this,” he said.
He told dispatchers that he believe the cough medicine made him kill his wife. I took Coricidin Cough and Cold because I know it can make you feel good and sometimes I can’t sleep at night,' he added. She was pronounced dead after being rushed to the hospital.
He starts to sob as he adds: 'I can’t believe I did this. Her husband was taken into custody and is now facing first-degree murder charges in her death.
He listened quietly while Gregory told him he could face the death penalty or spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole if he is convicted of first-degree murder.
Phelps, a slight man, appeared dazed by the enormity of what was going on. Afterward, a sheriff’s bailiff gingerly led the handcuffed man out of the courtroom.
Investigators found red-stained sheets and an empty box of cold medicine at the North Carolina home where a man says he killed his wife in a medicated stupor.
Matthew James Phelps, 29, called 911 in the early hours of September 1, saying that he took cough medicine, had a dream and woke up to find his wife Lauren, also 29, dead. 'When police arrived on the scene, Lauren was still alive but mortally wounded.
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Friday, said police spokeswoman Laura Hourigan, after finding his wife, his wife, also 29, mortally stabbed at the townhouse where they lived in the 5200 block of Patuxent Drive in Raleigh, NC.
Four days after calling a 911 dispatcher and saying he had taken too much cold medicine and awakened to find his wife dead, Matthew James Phelps made his first appearance in court Tuesday afternoon on charges of first-degree murder.
Matthew James Phelps makes a first court appearance after being charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife, Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps.
Raleigh police charged Phelps, 29, with murder a little after 6 a.m.