The two men appeared in court Tuesday in Yakima and a judge set bail for both at $2 million as prosecutors prepare possible charges in the death of Cynthia Kelley-Munzanreder, 45. She was shot Thursday evening as she left the theater with her husband John J. Munzanreder.
The Yakima Herald-Republic reported that police believe he shot his wife and then threw the gun to a co-worker hiding in bushes who fled.
Both men worked at a car dealership. The other man, 21-year-old Juan Pablo Ibanez-Cortes, was questioned and told police where to find the gun apparently used in the shooting.
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