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Deadly Wives: Teresa Kotomski poisoned her husband, Raymond Kotomski; Sentenced to 15 years to life in prison

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Raymond Kotomski

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Wife sentenced to 15 years after poisoning her husband to death with anti-freeze

Dateline: Something Sweet
Betrayed: Bad Blood
Snapped: Teresa Kotomski



Number: W092964
DOB: 06/10/1960
Age: 56
Gender: Female
Race: White
Admission Date: 08/11/2015
Institution: Dayton Correctional Institution

Offense Information
Counts: 1
ORC: 2903.02 4
Committing County: Ashtabula
Admission Date: 08/11/2015
Degree of Felony: MR

Sentence Information
Mandatory Sentence: 15 years
Indefinite Sentence Min: 15 years
Indefinite Sentence Max: Life Sentence
Expiration of Max Sentence: Life Sentence

Parole Hearing Information
Next Parole Board Hearing/Review Month: Juune, 2030
Latest Parole Board Hearing/Review Type & Results: FIRST HEARING


4 Responses

  1. Teresa has some very loyal blind friends. Of course she is guilty. How do they think that antifreeze got into the man’s food or drink. There is nothing to suggest Raymond was suicidal and even if that could be in doubt, slowly and painfully killing himself isn’t something he’d do. Teresa should fess up so she’ll be right with the Lord and count her lucky stars that the death penalty was up for grabs because she had this thing planned when she met Raymond. I don’t believe he told her he had drank something sweet. She just threw that in to make it seem like she was clueless to what was wrong with Raymond. That plus her calling for help while he was still alive gave the illusion that she cared about Raymond and was trying to help with any investigations. She thought this one out. She knew that no fingerprints would be found on the antifreeze container which would have been the only sure link that could have connected her to the crime. Only that move her and her attorneys made to waive a jury trial backfired. Like I said, she should be thanking her lucky star just because she didn’t get life without parole which is the least she deserves until she confesses her sin and take responsibility for her crime.

  2. what was her reason for killing him though?

    • That’s the puzzling part., “why” would she poison her husband. I seen cases where a person had killed his or her spouse over something as small as an argument over television channels or because the spouse was tight with the budget against spending. Who knows why. One thing is a certainty., no one is going to commit suicide by poison themselves with anti-freeze, thallium, cyanide etc, because it would be a slow agonizing death as the poison destroys and shuts down vital organs and since no one can mistake an anti-freeze gallon jug with an orange juice or other drink, there is no way her husband accidentally drank it. The only other logical explanations to how he ingested the toxin is A) someone entered their home undetected and spiked a drink product with it, or B) Teresa spiked his drink with it. It just don’t seem logical that scenario (A) was what happened since Teresa hadn’t ingested any of the toxin.

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