By Josh Verges
Prosecution witnesses today tried to explain why, if Daphne Wright
killed Darlene VanderGiesen, she waited two days to dismember the
Barb Kluthe, a U.S. Bank employee, testified to three days of
Wrightâ€™s bank transactions.
Wrightâ€™s checking account had $21 on Feb. 1, 2006, the day
VanderGiesen disappeared. The next day, she had an overdraft of $13.
But after a Supplemental Security Income check came in Feb. 3, Wright
had $600 in the account and another $200 in her pocket after making
an early morning ATM withdrawal.
The state intends to prove Wright bought a chainsaw and trash bags
that day, hacked up VanderGiesenâ€™s body at the knees and torso, and
discarded the pieces at multiple locations.
Prosecutors implied Wright waited for the check to arrive before
buying the chainsaw.
(( Source:Â Argus Leader ))