Husband of missing Clarkston woman jailed

ASOTIN — The estranged husband of a missing Clarkston woman has been jailed in Asotin.

KHQ reported that Charles Capone had a hearing Thursday and is held on $1 million bond until his next court appearance on Monday. He’s facing an assault charge for an incident that happened before Rachael Anderson disappeared in April 2010.

Police believe the 40-year-old mother of four was killed. Capone has been investigated but not charged in her death. He was recently released from federal custody after serving time for a firearms violation.

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