Osburn Murder Victim May Have Been Killed 14 Months Ago - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Investigators: Osburn Murder Victim May Have Been Killed More Than A Year Ago

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OSBURN, Idaho -

Police recovered the body of 55-year-old Gregory Reed Sr. Wednesday afternoon at his trailer home. Officers arrested his wife, 50-year-old Jackie Reed and later charged her with first-degree murder.

Investigators reveal that the Reeds had lived in that trailer home since September 2010. Authorities accuse Jackie Reed of murdering her husband in May of 2012, leaving Gregory Reed Sr. dead in this trailer for the past 14 months.

Police began their investigation after Gregory Reed's family contacted them after being unable to reach him for several months.

The property is still marked off with crime scene tape as the police continue to investigate what happened. 

Gregory Reed's criminal history shows a battery charge from 2001.

Jackie Reed's bail was set to $250,000 thousand dollars.

According to her attorney, she has lived in Shoshone County her whole life, has no income or vehicle, and is not a flight risk.

Her next court date has not been set.

We will bring you more information on this case as it develops.

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