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UPDATE: Police Arrest Suspect in Clare County Murder

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Oanh Kieu Bass has been charged with one count of open murder and her bail is set at $2 million.

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UPDATE: A suspect is in custody for the murder of a Clare County man.

Police found 68-year-old, Floyd Dennis' body in a seasonal home in Redding Township, Friday evening.

He has been identified as a Harrison School Board Member, who also drove buses and previously served as the District's Transportation Director.

Police were first called by the victim's wife.

The couple does not own the seasonal home, but police say it's a place that the victim checked on, during the winter.

The Clare County Sheriff's Office arrested a 32-year-old Remus woman on Saturday morning.

She is in the Clare County jail and expected in court sometime tomorrow.

9&10's Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Jacob Johnson spoke with police for the initial details today.

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