DAILYKENN.com --Chloe Abdikadir is dead. The 20-year-old white woman's body was found stuffed in a closet. She died of a slashed throat and also suffered head trauma.
Arrested for the crime is the victim's 21-year-old black husband. Mohamud Abdikadir was arrested in West Memphis, Arkansas. The crime was committed in Henderson, Kentucky and was reported March 24, 2019.
The suspect is a legal alien.
The suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. It appears he is Muslim. It is not known if the suspect attempted to decapitate his wife, a practice common among Muslims.
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A man accused of killing his wife and stuffing her body in a closet before leaving the state with the couple's baby was returned to Henderson Friday from Arkansas. Local police say he has admitted the brutal crime and described it in detail.
Mohamud Abdikadir, 21, has been charged with murder and tampering with physical evidence in connection with the slaying of his wife, 20-year-old Chloe Randolph Abdikadir.
Chloe's body was found Saturday, March 23, in her husband's apartment on Green River Road on the North End of Henderson. Her head had been bludgeoned and her throat was cut, Henderson police said.
According to a press released issued by HPD on Friday, Abdikadir "admitted to hitting Chloe with a hammer three times, causing her to fall down. Mohamud did not know how many times he hit Chloe while she was down. Mohamud advised he hit Chloe two more times with the hammer while she was on the rug in the living room. Mohamud stated this caused Chloe to pass out. While Chloe was unconscious Mohamud cut her throat. Mohamud said he placed Chloe's body inside the closet, took a shower, and left. Mohamud also admitted to moving Chloe's car a couple blocks away from the apartment."
Abdikadir is in the United States legally, but he is not a U.S. citizen, according to police.
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