Missing Woman's Husband Sentenced In Her Murder
Tracey Gardner-Tetso disappeared while on her way to a Motley Crue concert. She has never been found, but now her husband is now behind bars for her murder.
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Police say there is a record of Gardner-Tetso's car passing through the southbound tube of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel around 8 p.m. on March 6, 2005
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Last updated December 1, 2010
Husband Sentenced for Wife's Murder
Dennis Tetso, 46, was sentenced on Nov. 21, 2010, by a Baltimore County Judge to 18 years behind bars for the murder of his wife, Tracey Gardner-Tetso.
Police say on March 6, 2005,
Tracey was supposed to meet a friend at a Motley Crue concert in Washington, D.C., but never showed up.
Police were able to recover survillance video of her car going through the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel
shortly before 8 p.m. the night of the concert and later found the car parked in a parking lot in Glen Burnie, Md.
Detectives from Balitmore County have never been able to find Tracey's body, but they felt they had enough evidence to charge her husband with her murder.
On June 19, 2009,
police arrived at Dennis Tetso's work and arrested him on murder charges.
Tetso was allowed to live at home with a monitoring
system until his trial began on
November. He now is living behind bars.
Motley Crue Joined The Search
When Tracey went missing on March 6, 2005, the band Motley Crue, posted her picture on their website and offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to her safe return.
According to Tracey's friends and family she was an avid fan of Motley Crue and she was on her way to see them in her home town when she disappeared.