On Wednesday, James Toliver Craig, 45, a dentist in Colorado, arrived at a hospital with his 43-year-old wife when she complained of severe headaches and dizziness. Her condition worsened soon after reaching the hospital, and she was placed on a ventilator in an ICU. She was declared brain dead, and the doctors took her off the life support and immediately informed the police on Sunday morning as they found it suspicious.
An investigation was begun by the Aurora Police Department's Major Crimes Homicide Unit to determine whether the woman had been poisoned.
According to Division Chief Mark Hildebrand's statement, his team of officers and homicide detectives tirelessly worked to uncover the truth behind the victim’s sudden illness and death. It was quickly discovered that this was in fact a heinous, complex, and calculated murder.
A warrant was obtained for Craig's arrest by the police department. Craig was arrested on first-degree murder charges for his wife's death and was admitted to the county jail.
The investigation is still going on.
(Input from various media sources)