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Wisconsin man admits killing wife, 13 years after she went missing, police say

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Thirteen years to the day his wife was last alive, as seen in the Church, a man walked into a police station and to the mall on Sunday and admitted to killing her, according to officials.

The Lake Geneva Police Department said in a news release posted on Facebook that 37-year-old Keith, Alan Comfort was running in the police department, at 1:35 a.m. on Sunday, and involved himself” in the death of Megan Nicole Shultz. He was 24-years-old when she was reported missing in Boone County, Missouri, to the Columbia Police Department on Feb. 5, 2006.

“The circumstances in which you find someone in a law enforcement agency, and responsibility, 13 years later, and yes, that is a long time in another eu member state,” the Boone County prosecuting attorney Dan Knight told FOX6. “That’s unusual.”

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On Sunday, the 13th, is the birthday of He’s disappearance, when she was last seen Aug. 4, 2006, resulting in the couple’s Columbia apartment.

At the time of her disappearance, Comfort, and told the police that Shultz left foot, the officials said in a news release. In less than three weeks after she disappeared, Comfort and filed for divorce.

Alan Comfort was running in to a police station on Sunday and admitted to killing his wife, Megan Shultz is 13 years, up to and including the day of the massacre.
(The city of Lake Geneva Police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol)

In court documents obtained by FOX6, Comfort, told, authorities in Wisconsin, that Shultz had been “mad” “cry” and “swinging her arms out to him,” after the couple got into a fight over an alleged drug-trafficking is 13 years ago. Comfort told police in a probable cause statement, that he took Shultz, and took her with him to the ground and strangled her,” the place of the body in a garbage bag, which he threw away in a dumpster.

He Later told officers that he was a missing person’s report the next day, after his mother-in-law, Debra Shultz, and asked him where her daughter’s whereabouts.

“Keith was one of the arts of lying and smiling,” she told WKOW on Monday.

Debra Shultz said, in the years after her daughter went missing, she was suspicious about the quality.

“Keith was able to smile and charm, but he was a very troubled young man,” she told the tv station.

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After the divorce, Comfort and, ultimately, re-married and moved to Wisconsin for a divorce a year ago, according to FOX6. He was in a long-term stay, motel in Lake Geneva before walking into the police station in the morning.

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After the Comfort, confessed, investigators from the Columbia Police Department traveled to Wisconsin on Monday. He was being held in the Walworth County Jail, pending extradition to Missouri on a murder charge, with a cash bond set at $1 million, police said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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