LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) - The husband of a woman missing since April threatened a separate woman more than a decade ago and served time in prison, according to court records. Charles A. Capone of Moscow is being held in federal custody in Bonner County without bail, awaiting hearings on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
His estranged wife, Rachael Anderson, has been missing since April 16. Capone served time in an Idaho prison after a felony burglary and aggravated assault conviction stemming from a 1997 incident where a woman accused him of threatening her with a knife.
The Lewiston Tribune reports he was discharged from probation in 2007 by the Department of Correction. Anderson, a Clarkston, Wash., resident, petitioned for divorce in January after alleging Capone strangled and shoved her.
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