$1M Bond for Man Charged in Wife’s Death

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TWINSBURG, Ohio -- A man charged in his wife's stabbing death pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated murder Monday morning.

A Stow Municipal Court judge set bond for 50-year-old Glenn Wong at $1 million.

Wong is accused of fatally stabbing his wife, 46-year-old Tami Wong, Sunday morning inside their Abrams Drive home.

Police tell Fox 8 News that the couple’s two children were at home during the violence, and the incident began as a domestic dispute.

In fact, it was one of the children who called 911.

“I could never imagine what those two kids are thinking, feeling, or what’s going to be ahead for them in the rest of their lives,” said Tony Dobbert, who lives next door.

Officers found Tami Wong in a first-floor bedroom with multiple stab wounds. She was rushed to Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center, where she later died.

Meanwhile, Glenn Wong is being held in the Summit County Jail. If he posts bond, he'll have to forfeit his passport and wear a GPS tracking device, according to court records.

Wong will appear in court again in seven to 10 days.

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