Matthew Phelps, the man who told a 911 dispatcher he thought he killed his wife, Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps, after taking too much cold medicine, is expected to appear before a Wake County judge.
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Matthew Phelps, charged with murdering his wife Lauren Phelps, claimed he took too much cough medicine before finding her fatally stabbed beside him on Friday, September 1, 2017. Photo is from her.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Matthew Phelps, the man who told a 911 dispatcher he thought he killed his wife, Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps, after taking too much cold medicine, appeared before a Wake County.
Man said he took cold medicine and woke up to find wife stabbed to death. 6 Sep, 2017 3:39pm. 4 minutes to read. Matthew Phelps stands in the courtroom during his first appearance today in.
Cold Medicine Taken by Aspiring Pastor Could Cause Hallucinations: Toxicologist Cold Medicine Taken by N.C. Man Accused of Stabbing Wife Can Cause Hallucinations When Abused: Toxicologist Home.
A friend of accused murderer Matthew Phelps believes that cold medicine caused him to kill his wife Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps. “I’ve taken Benadryl, and I’ve woken up confused myself,” Melanie Duke, a former co-worker, told WTVD in a Thursday report. Interviewed from her home in Bowling Green, Kentucky, she said the defendant is religious, and a good guy.
A tragic incident took place last Friday when Matthew Phelps, 29, allegedly stabbed his wife to death after taking too much cold medicine. At about 1 a.m. that Friday, Phelps called 911 and told the officer that he had a dream, turned on the lights and found his wife’s body with multiple stab wounds. “I have blood all over me, and there's a.
Police charged Phelps with first-degree murder in the case, which has gained national attention with experts weighing in on the potential side effects of cold medicine and cough syrup.
Aspiring Pastor Phelps Claims Cough Syrup Caused Him To Kill His Wife. A Kentucky couple met with a sad end this past September. Matthew Phelps and Lauren were practically newlyweds with a marriage only 10 months old. Phelps was having trouble sleeping so he took some Coricidin Cold and Cough to help him get to sleep. This was a common practice as he often had trouble going to sleep. That was.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners look at each individual as a unique case. No two people are alike. If a patient comes in with a western diagnosis of the common cold it is certainly taken into consideration, but it is very important to see what the root of that cold is. Is it from an actual cold or is it more from the heat?
A man has claimed that cough medicine made him kill his wife. Matthew James Phelps told police he blacked out after taking too much cough medicine. When he came round he was covered in blood and his wife had been stabbed to death. During his 911 call the 29-year-old told the dispatcher: 'I had a dream and then I turned on the lights and she’s dead on the floor.'.
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By Joy Stephenson-Laws, JD, Founder A tragic incident took place last Friday when Matthew Phelps, 29, allegedly stabbed his wife to death after taking too much cold medicine. At about 1 a.m. that Friday, Phelps called 911 and told the officer that.
In Phelps’ case, being under the influence of a cough and cold medicine may be a good defense in the court, People reported. This could help Phelps with a lesser charge or, in very rare cases, a.
Lessons in liability -- the Phelps case has put educational accountability firmly in the spotlight, but the concern new is whether authorities will be delayed with indiscriminate claims.
The family of Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps believe cold medicine killer Matthew Phelps preplanned her brutal killing. Share this video: Video: New details emerge in cold medicine killer case.