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Roanoke Man Indicted For Wife's Murder

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Roanoke, VA - A Roanoke man suspected of attacking his new wife and daughter-in-law faces new charges including murder.

Michael Iseman was indicted Monday for murder, aggravated malicious wounding and attempted capital murder.

Iseman, is charged with stabbing Jeanne Smith to death and seriously wounding her daughter, Elizabeth Wood.

Originally he was just charged in the stabbing of Wood.

The two were found, following the attack, at their southeast Roanoke duplex on Seventh street early last month.

Iseman was captured later that day in Henry County.

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