WASHINGTON – A man accused of fatally striking his wife outside a bank in Montgomery County, Maryland, told police the couple, married for 40 years, were experiencing “financial problems” related to their wine and wine business. beer, and that he believed his wife was spending his money without explanation, court documents show.
Alka Himanshu Tanna, 59, left a Capital One branch at 13300 New Hampshire Avenue in Colesville on Friday afternoon and was walking through the parking lot when she was run over by her husband, Himanshu Maganlal Tanna. , also 59 years old. The driver struck a pillar and then struck her a second time, according to authorities.
Alka Tanna died at the scene and her husband was taken into custody.
Himanshu Tanna, who faces first-degree murder charges, told detectives that he and his wife were experiencing financial difficulties related to the location they owned, Wheaton Park Beer and Wine Corporation.
Himanshu said the couple had started having discussions about whether or not to renew the lease on the property. She wanted to renew, while he did not, the alleged murderer told the authorities.
The defendant also told police that he had noticed money missing from the $200,000 he had in cash at his home, and that he believed Alka was spending it without explaining what.
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