A South Carolina girl has been charged with homicide after killing her husband by placing eye drops into his water for a number of days, native authorities mentioned.
York County deputies mentioned 52-year-old Lana Clayton confessed to investigators after an post-mortem uncovered a excessive quantity of tetrahydrozoline in her husband’s physique.
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The chemical is present in over-the-counter eye drops reminiscent of Visine.
Authorities say 64-year-old Stephen Clayton was discovered useless July 21 within the couple’s residence in Clover. Arrest warrants and the assertion from deputies didn’t give a motive for the alleged poisoning.
Lana Clayton is also charged with malicious tampering with a drug product or meals.
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