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Danielle Marie Green-Raymond Green: Ohio County, Ind., metal box murder case

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Danielle Green aka Danielle Marie Green is a 42-year-old Indiana piano teacher who was arrested for the murder of her husband, Raymond Green, in May 2014 in Dillsboro, Ind., according to the Daily Mail. Ohio County and Indiana State Police say they found the body of the 62-year-old Ohio County man stuffed inside a silver metal box. Danielle Green, who is also known as Danielle Steinke and Danielle Fussner, is being held in the Switzerland County Jail without bond.

According to Cincinnati.com, police became aware of the case after family members reported Ohio County truck driver Raymond Green missing. Investigators searched the trailer located on a farm in the 9800 block of Hartford Pike Road after securing a search warrant. The victim had 10 gunshot wounds to the body. Police say that his wife, piano teacher and horse lover Danielle Green, denied knowing where he was in the beginning then later told police she shot her husband in an act of self-defense. Forensic computer investigators say the home computer showed internet search terms for someone looking for the survival rates for a person who is shot in the head. Court records show that the Loxahatchee, Fla., couple had only been in the area for approximately two years.

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