Police arrested a man on suspicion of murder Wednesday after the body of his wife, a special education teacher, was found near a highway in Long Island two days after she didn't show up for work. Leah Walsh, 29, was reported missing Monday, and her abandoned car was found that day with a flat tire on a highway 13 miles from where her body was found. William Walsh made tearful public pleas to help find his missing wife, but police arrested him after the identity of the body was confirmed. William 29, was expected to be arraigned on the murder charge on
Wednesday and was in police custody that night. When William spoke to reporters outside the couple's Bethpage home, he said, "I miss her more than anything. She loves her children. She wouldn't just leave them. Something had to have happened." The couple has been married for three years and has no children. Leah Walsh's parents declined to speak to reporters.
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