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  • Hear man tell police, 'I won' after killing wife

    Thomas C. Santamaria Jr. told police "I won" as they lead him away in handcuffs. Convicted of first-degree murder for the beating and strangulation death of his wife, Yuvett Santamaria, Thomas Santamaria was sentenced to life in prison. (Video by Robert A. Cronkleton)

Hear man tell police, 'I won' after killing wife

Thomas C. Santamaria Jr. told police "I won" as they lead him away in handcuffs. Convicted of first-degree murder for the beating and strangulation death of his wife, Yuvett Santamaria, Thomas Santamaria was sentenced to life in prison. (Video by Robert A. Cronkleton)
By Robert A. Cronkleton bcronkleton@kcstar.com