Man accused of murdering missing California mother-of-three with her rear and tackling her while holding their four-year-old son & # 39; months before she disappeared
- The Californian man is said to have attacked his wife since they got married in February
- He was arrested on Friday for domestic violence and was later charged with murder
- Heather was reported missing from her home in Placerville on July 16, 2019
- Her three children have been cared for by relatives since mother's disappearance
Gumina (photo) was charged with the head thrust of his wife and overthrowing her while holding their four-year-old son in January.
A man accused of murdering his wife, previously reported as missing in California, had a number of charges against him for domestic violence, it turned out.
The police found the remains of Heather Gumina, 33, in Pleasant Valley, California on Friday a few hours after her husband was arrested two months ago for her disappearance.
Anthony Gumina, 44, was arrested on Friday for an excellent bail for domestic violence when detectives were looking for the body.
Judicial documents show that Gumina had a history of violence against his husband, starting before their marriage in February this year, according to Fox40.
The most recent case was filed on September 6, about two months after Heather's disappearance, stating that the 44-year-old had broken his wife's collarbone.
& # 39; When she came to work, she left her personal belongings at the door, & # 39; Jennette Waldow, Heather's boss, told Fox40.
Waldow said that she had spoken to the murdered mother of three in the evening after she had gone to the hospital for treatment and added that she wished she had seen the signs of abuse.
The search for 33-year-old Heather Gumina came to a grim conclusion on Friday when her body was discovered in Pleasant Valley, according to the office of the sheriff of El Dorado County. Her husband Anthony was arrested on an excellent bail for domestic violence when detectives were looking for the body. The pair is pictured together above
In January a probation report said Gumina was being charged with the head thrust of his wife and overthrowing her while holding their four-year-old son
In January, a probation report said Gumina was being charged with the head thrust of his wife and overthrowing her while holding their four-year-old son. The same report added that he was kicking doors to stop her telephone police.
Police also found that Gumina and his father were under the influence of opioids and methamphetamine when they threatened to kill a man in February 2017 and set his house on fire.
Heather was reported missing from her home in Placerville on July 16, the day after she was released from the hospital with a broken collarbone.
Gumina & # 39; s mother Joanna Russell said she would never deliberately leave her children
The police spent 30 hours searching the Placerville home that Heather and Anthony shared (photo)
A week later, Anthony filed a restrictive order against Heather, claiming in the petition that the couple had a brutal fight the day she disappeared.
In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV three weeks ago, Anthony insisted that he had nothing to do with his wife's disappearance – despite having been interviewed several times by the police searching his home for 30 hours.
After the authorities revealed that the remains of Heather had been found, her mother Joanna Russel said that the family had long been afraid that this would be how the extensive search would end.
The three children of Heather, a 14-year-old daughter and sons of four and 13 years, have been cared for by family members since their mother disappeared.
Gumina (photo on the left in his 2016 mugshot) was arrested in June 2016 with his father John (right) after he found six guns, one of which had been stolen, several high-capacity magazines and a quantity of meth in his possession
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