VIDEO: Titusville Man Facing Second-Degree Murder Charge Denied Bond By Judge

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allegedly killed his wife Lori Upthegrove

ABOVE VIDEO: The body of a missing Titusville woman, Lori Upthegrove, was found Sunday morning, police said.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA (WFTV) – The body of a missing Titusville woman, Lori Upthegrove, was found Sunday morning, police said.

Titusville police said they found the body of missing woman Lori Upthegrove Sunday morning.

Her husband, Timothy Upthegrove, 53, is facing a second-degree murder charge in her death.

He made his first appearance in court Monday and the judge ordered him help without bond because he believed Upthegrove was a danger to the community.

Using information provided by her husband early Sunday, police located Lori Upthegrove’s body in a wooded area off Bobbi Lane in Titusville.

Police began roping off the area near the storage units at the 405 Mini Warehouses & Storage at 3505 Bobbi Lane, which Brevard County property records show is owned by Ed Upthegrove, around 10 a.m. Sunday.

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