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Video: CHP captain is seen stealing dead man’s dog from his girlfriend’s house

Updated December 15, 2022 8:30am PST

Ring camera footage appears to show a California Highway Patrol captain whose death is being investigated along with the murder of her husband, who steals his dog from his girlfriend’s Tennessee home. Julie Harding, the CHP Yuba-Sutter commander, was found dead at her home in Tennessee on Saturday, two days after both she and the man accused of killing her husband, Michael Harding, were arrested on separate counts were. The Murfreesboro Police Department said Julie was arrested for stalking and breaking into Michael’s girlfriend’s home. In October, the woman who was dating Michael filed two separate warrants for Julie’s arrest with the Murfreesboro Police Department. The first came on October 10, when the woman caught Julie with her Ring camera What we know so far about the events surrounding the deaths of Julie and Michael Harding Video obtained by KCRA 3 on Wednesday shows Julie walking to the Mike’s girlfriend’s doorstep calling out the name of a dog, Charlie, who was Mike’s dog. The woman took custody of the dog after Mike died. Murfreesboro Police Department documents show Mike’s girlfriend told officers she was willing to give Julie the dog if they met at a nearby police department. The video shows Julie grabbing the dog’s collar and leaving the house, prompting Mike’s friend to file a complaint. Julie has worked for CHP since 1999 and became commander of the Yuba-Sutter division in 2018. It is not known if anyone shot Julie or if the gunshot wounds were self-inflicted, officials said. Meanwhile, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said it helped Kentucky authorities arrest Thomas Francis O’Donnell at Sacramento International Airport in connection with Michael’s death. He is now awaiting extradition to Kentucky, where Michael was found shot dead in September. The Kentucky State Police said Wednesday that officers and detectives arrived at a home on Glasgow Road in Burkesville, Ky., on September 26 and found Michael’s body inside. Authorities have not said what they believe is a motive for the murder, but O’Donnell has a criminal history. Read more about it here. KCRA 3 has not confirmed a connection between Julie Harding and O’Donnell.

Ringcam footage appears to show a California Highway Patrol captain whose death is being investigated along with the murder of her husband, who stole his dog from his girlfriend’s Tennessee home.

Julie Harding, commander of the CHP Yuba-Sutter, was found dead at her home in Tennessee on Saturday, two days after both she and the man accused of killing her husband, Michael Harding, were arrested on separate counts were. The Murfreesboro Police Department said Julie was arrested for stalking and breaking into Michael’s girlfriend’s home.

In October, the woman who was dating Michael filed two separate warrants for Julie’s arrest with the Murfreesboro Police Department. The first came on October 10, when the woman captured Julie on her Ring camera.

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Video obtained by KCRA 3 on Wednesday shows Julie coming to Mike’s girlfriend’s doorstep and calling out the name of a dog, Charlie, who was Mike’s dog. The woman took custody of the dog after Mike died. Murfreesboro Police Department documents show Mike’s girlfriend told officers she was willing to give Julie the dog if they met at a nearby police department. The video shows Julie grabbing the dog’s collar and leaving the house, prompting Mike’s girlfriend to file a complaint.

Julie has worked for CHP since 1999 and became commander of the Yuba-Sutter Division in 2018. It is not known if anyone shot Julie or if the gunshot wounds were self-inflicted, officials said.

Meanwhile, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said it helped Kentucky authorities arrest Thomas Francis O’Donnell at Sacramento International Airport in connection with Michael’s death. He is now awaiting extradition to Kentucky, where Michael was found shot dead in September.

The Kentucky State Police said Wednesday that officers and detectives arrived at a home on Glasgow Road in Burkesville, Ky., on September 26 and found Michael’s body inside.

Authorities have not said what they believe is a motive for the murder, but O’Donnell has a criminal history. Read more about it here.

KCRA 3 has not confirmed a connection between Julie Harding and O’Donnell.

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