A preliminary hearing for Twinsburg resident Glenn Wong, accused of the Feb. 24 murder of his wife, has been set for 3 p.m. today before Stow Municipal Court Judge Lisa Coates, when Wong will likely be bound over to Summit County Court of Common Pleas and arraigned.
The Summit County Medical Examiner has ruled the Feb. 24 stabbing death of 46-year-old Tami Wong "a homicide by multiple and incised wounds."
Glenn Wong, 50, the dead woman's husband, was arrested by Twinsburg police Feb. 24 at the home without incident, and charged with aggravated murder.
Coates on Feb. 25 set bail at $1 million cash for Wong, who remains in custody at Summit County jail. He appeared by video from the jail in Stow Municipal Court Feb. 25, when he pleaded not guilty to the aggravated murder charge.