BaltimoreSun.com reports that the husband of a Baltimore County woman who has been missing since March 2005 when she failed to meet friends for a MÖTLEY CRÜE concert in Washington was arrested Thursday (June 18) by Baltimore County police and charged with her murder, the department announced.
Dennis Joseph Tetso, 44, was picked up about 3 p.m. at his workplace. A grand jury indicted him Monday on a charge of first-degree murder.
On the evening of March 7, 2005, police were dispatched to the couple's home after receiving a call about a missing person. When they arrived, Tetso told officers that his 32-year-old wife, Tracey Leigh Tetso (pictured below), had left the previous day for a MÖTLEY CRÜE concert in Washington, D.C., but that he had not heard from her since and she had not returned.
Read the entire report from BaltimoreSun.com.
MÖTLEY CRÜE in April 2005 announced that they would match the $10,000 reward fund being offered for information on the whereabouts of Gardner-Tetso, The reward was being offered by the Victims' Rights Foundation of Gaithersburg, Metro Crime Stoppers and Aggregate Industries, which employed Gardner-Tetso as a dispatcher.
WBAL-TV's report on Dennis Joseph Tetso's arrest can be viewed below.
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