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Woman's name released in Sioux Falls stabbing death

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Authorities have released the name of a 37-year-old Sioux Falls woman stabbed to death over the weekend. Sioux Falls police say Jennie Lee Smith-Solorzano was found dead on Saturday morning. The Argus Leader reports that emerg...

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - Authorities have released the name of a 37-year-old Sioux Falls woman stabbed to death over the weekend.

Sioux Falls police say Jennie Lee Smith-Solorzano was found dead on Saturday morning. The Argus Leader reports that emergency crews were initially called to the home on a report of a woman having a cardiac arrest.

Police say she had stab wounds on her head and neck, and a pocket knife was found in the home.

Officers arrested Smith-Solorzano's 33-year-old husband, Garrett Michael Solorzano, on a first-degree murder charge. He's scheduled to appear in court Monday afternoon. Attorney information for Solorzano was not immediately available.

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