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The trial of the man accused of killing his wife then placing her body in a toolbox full of concrete has been moved on a change of venue to Camden County.

Prosecutors say that Horst Gunter Sabla allegedly shot his wife Sharon in the bag of the head in August of 2008 then stuffed her body inside a black plastic box and kept it in the garage of the family home.

A few days later, Sabla told detectives he filled the box with lime and concrete. Authorities say Sabla kept his wife's body in the garage of the family home for several months before he eventually dumped it about six miles from the couples home.

Hunters found the plastic hinged toolbox on opening day of firearms deer season on November 15th, 2008 and smelled a foul odor emitting from the container and called 911.

A trial date for Horst Sabla, who is charged with first degree murder and armed criminal action, has not been scheduled.


https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/cases/searchCases.do
08LA-CR01681-02 - ST V HORST GUNTER SABLA

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