Husband Held Without Bond in Wife's Death

Frankie Siew, 65, faces a second-degree murder charge

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    A man was being held without bond on Monday after being arrested in connection to his wife's death, authorities said. Frankie Siew, 65, appeared in bond court on a second-degree murder charge.

    A man was being held without bond on Monday after being arrested in connection to his wife's death, authorities said.

    Frankie Siew, 65, was facing a charge of second-degree murder after the homicide, which happened just before 5 a.m. Saturday in Sunrise on the 3300 block of NW 97th Terrace.

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    Siew allegedly killed his wife by kitting her head against the floor of their home, authorities said. Police said he gave a full confession to homicide detectives. 

    The pair had been married for 41 years, police said.

    It wasn't known if Siew had an attorney.