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Clare County Murder Case Moves Forward 10 Months Later

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A Clare County murder case is moving forward 10 months later.  

Oanh Bass is accused of killing 68-year-old Floyd Dennis.  

He was found dead in a seasonal home west of Harrison, back in January.  

Police say Dennis had one gunshot wound.
 
They were able to find evidence at the scene, and arrested Bass at her home in Remus the next day.  

We still do not know how Bass knew Dennis or why she killed him.
 
Her bond was set at $2 million.
 
She is still in the Clare County Jail awaiting trial.  
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