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October 5, 2009 5:24 PM

Body of missing woman found, husband charged with murder

The body of Jilani Platt, the 26-year-old pregnant woman who went missing early Saturday, was found Monday. Her husband — already in jail on a weapons charge — is now charged with murder, police said.

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