MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (AP) - The husband of a northern Indiana woman whose remains were found eight months after she disappeared says he wasn't involved in his wife's death.
David Morris held a news conference Monday afternoon in Michigan City. He urged people not to believe rumors about Candi Brown's death.
Brown went missing last August a short time before her car was found abandoned outside a Michigan City bar.
Her remains were found last month in LaPorte County. Police used DNA testing to identify the remains.
No arrests have been made, and police have not identified any suspects.
Christine Salzer of LaPorte-based Moms on a Mission says Morris is devastated but understands people have questions.
Salzer is serving as an advocate for Brown.
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