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A Man Fatally Beats A Woman Outside Casino




A man has been accused of beating a woman to death outside the building of Tulalip Casino Resort. He is being charged with murder.
Nomeneta Tauave who comes from Spanaway has been charged by the prosecutors with domestic violence for killing Hana Letoi who was a 35-year-old woman from Tacoma. This information was reported by The Herald.
A court order was filed in the previous week as per which, the value of Tauave’s bail is set at $1 million. It is mentioned in the charges that the couple started screaming and fighting on October 23 outside the casino. A security officer saw that Tauave and a woman got into a car parked in the parking lot of the casino. Just as they got in, Tauave grabbed and shook the woman fiercely before she fell out of the vehicle’s door.
The charges continued to read that Letoi fell unconscious and succumbed to her injuries on October 25, 2020, in a local hospital.
Dr. J. Matthew Lacy who is a medical examiner of Snohomish County said Letoi died due to the lack of blood flow and oxygen to the brain. The report said that the lady was under extreme emotional stress which was preceded by a physical altercation.
As per the charges, Lacy revealed that the actions of Tauave caused extreme emotional distress to Letoi after which she died of a cardiac arrest. The charges also said that Letoi had pre-existing heart conditions which further increased her risk of sudden cardiac arrests.
The next day Tauave was found by the local police authorities with a clean-shaved beard which had been recently done in Lakewood. Later on, a vehicle whose license plate was taken out was found after many days in Yelm at a house.


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