Carol Ann Hignite has been charged with assaulting her husband, who died Wednesday of his injuries.
Carol Ann Hignite has been charged with assaulting her husband, who died Wednesday of his injuries. Fayette County jail
Carol Ann Hignite has been charged with assaulting her husband, who died Wednesday of his injuries. Fayette County jail

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