Dad Who Allegedly Drowned Daughter Phoned Wife At Her Office To Tell Her: Cops
The wife called 911 to say her husband had just killed their toddler, deputies said.
A Florida man who's accused of drowning his own daughter allegedly called his wife at the office to tell her what he'd done.
The drama unfolded Monday morning when a woman called 911 and said that her husband, 38-year-old Jeremy Main, called her at work and said he had just killed their toddler.
Deputies responded to the Lake County home and forced their way in to check on the child.
Lake County Sgt. Fred Jones said deputies found the toddler dead in the bathtub but Main was not at the home.
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