Stays of Missing Calif. Mother of 3 Found After Almost 2 Months — and Husband is Charged

A California man stands blamed for homicide after experts state they observed human remains accepted to be those of his better half, who vanished about two months prior. 

"The missing individual instance of Heather Gumina has changed into a murder examination," the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office said in a web based life post declaring the capture on Friday of 44-year-old Anthony Gumina. 

"It resembles the world's most exceedingly terrible bad dream," Heather's mom, Joanna Russell, said subsequent to hearing the news, reports Sacramento TV station KTXL. 

"My little girl was one of the most giving, faithful individuals I've at any point known," Russell told the outlet. "I will lament for quite a while." 

Heather, 33, a mother of three, was accounted for missing in an open intrigue for assistance by the sheriff's office on July 19. She had last been found in the Pleasant Valley region three days sooner, on July 16, not long after she was discharged from a clinic, where she was treated for a wrecked collarbone. 

At the time specialists reported their quest both for Heather and her missing 2005 dark Infiniti G35 with pink bow stickers on it that she was "likely driving." 

On August 9, the sheriff's office announced the surrendered vehicle had been found, yet did not say where or by whom as the quest for Heather proceeded. 

On Friday, as indicated by the sheriff's office, Anthony Gumina was captured on a remarkable warrant for aggressive behavior at home. Simultaneously, experts with a court order campaigned a unidentified territory of Pleasant Valley. 

"During the pursuit, criminologists found what is accepted to be the remaining parts of Heather Gumina," the sheriff's office said in the web based life post. 

Experts captured Anthony on a charge of first-degree crime, yet declined to discharge some other data "to secure the respectability of this murder examination." 

Prison records show he is being held without bond in the El Dorado County correctional facility. A lawyer who may talk for Anthony's sake was not promptly recognized. 

"He didn't do anything incorrectly. He cherished her. He adored his significant other," Anthony's cousin, Robert Shawaluk, told KTXL. "What's more, for them to capture him when he coordinated the entire time. He didn't do anything however coordinate with the cops." 

The criminal allegation brought added disaster to Heather's family. Her mom had proceeded, through a week ago, to post via web-based networking media about her desires for her little girl's protected return. 

"It will be extremely difficult to be without her," Russell stated, "however I realize that she's in paradise now."

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