Former KU Doctor Charged With Wife's Poison & Sketchy Rush Job Cremation

Special thanks to BAD-ASS TKC TIPSTERS for finding the local connection in this tragic story which reminds us to NEVER let lady friends bring us any beverage that has already been opened . . . Check-it:

"The complaint says Connor Bowman was a poison specialist at The University of Kansas Health System and answered calls regarding poisons. The health system confirmed his employment in a statement to KSN:

"Connor Bowman worked six years for The Poison Control Center at The University of Kansas Health System. The last four years he worked remotely as needed (PRN) answering calls from the public to the poison control center."


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Wichita woman poisoned, dies; husband charged in Minnesota

Authorities in Minnesota have arrested and charged a Wichita woman's husband in her murder. On Aug. 16, Betty Bowman, 32, a Mayo Clinic pharmacist, was admitted to a hospital in Rochester, Minnesota, with severe gastrointestinal distress and dehydration - similar to food poisoning. She died on Aug. 20.

Poison specialist Connor Bowman fatally poisoned his pharmacist wife and tried to stop autopsy, Minnesota authorities say

Authorities say Connor Bowman, 30, claimed his wife, Betty Bowman, had a rare illness, which hospital tests did not confirm.

Poison control doctor tried to cremate wife after gout medicine murder: police

Betty Bowman was found to have a lethal dose of gout drug colchicine in her system - a medication her poison control specialist husband had allegedly searched before her death.