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I guess the guy couldn’t take joke?

Kenneth Manzanares faces murder charges in the death of his 39-year-old wife, Kristy Manzanares of Utah.

Princess Cruises said a domestic dispute occurred Tuesday night and resulted in the woman’s death. The FBI said that it is investigating the “suspicious” death and that it dispatched teams from Anchorage and Seattle to Juneau and Utah to speak with the deceased’s family. 

The Emerald Princess cruise ship docked in Juneau on Wed., July 26, 2017, after officials said a Utah woman was killed in a domestic dispute on Tuesday evening. KTVA-TV

Kristy Manzanares was found with a severe head wound, and blood was spattered throughout the cabin, according to the court documents. She was pronounced dead at approximately 9:20 p.m. local time, the court documents state.

According to the affidavit, one witness, identified by the initials D.H., said that he saw the woman lying on the floor covered in blood and that when he asked Kenneth Manzanares what had happened, he replied, “She would not stop laughing at me.”

The witness said he then saw Kenneth Manzanares grab the woman’s body and drag her toward the cabin’s balcony. The witness told investigators he grabbed the woman’s ankles and pulled her back into the cabin. 

“Later, when Manzanares was being processed during a search by the FBI for physical evidence, he spontaneously stated, ‘My life is over,'” Watson stated in his affidavit, adding that he had probable cause to believe Kenneth Manzanares committed murder.

Kenneth Manzanares attended his first court appearance Thursday afternoon dressed in an orange jumpsuit. His preliminary hearing was is scheduled for Aug. 10. 

He was not granted bail because Manzanares is considered a flight risk since he doesn’t have any ties to the district and is considered a danger to the community.

People are really crazy out here, so stop playing with these people’s emotions.

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