Crime Husband of former SC resident convicted of her murder in Maine

17:21  10 april  2018
17:21  10 april  2018 Source:   WYFF 4 Greenville-Spartanburg

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Valerie Tieman © GoFundMe Valerie Tieman The husband of a woman who attended high school and college in South Carolina, and whose parents still live in the state, has been convicted in Maine of murder in her death.

Valerie Tieman, 34, of Fairfield, Maine, was last seen Aug. 30, 2016, sitting in a red Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck in a Walmart parking lot in Skowhegan, Maine, state police said.

Her parents, Sarajean and Allen Harmon, both of Taylors, reported her missing.

Valerie Tieman attended Hampton Park Christian School in Greenville, SC and she earned a two-year certificate of cosmetology from Bob Jones University.

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Her body was found in a wooded area in Fairfield, Maine, behind the house she shared with her husband of two years, Luc Tieman, and her in-laws.

At the time, Luc Tieman suggested that his wife might have gone camping. He said he was helping in the search for her.

Luc Tieman initially told police his wife disappeared while he was inside a Walmart. He later told police Valerie was an addict who overdosed on heroin. An autopsy determined that she had been shot twice in the head.

Luc Tieman delivered his own closing argument Monday.

He testified over his defense lawyer's objection and acknowledged changing his story many times.

He told jurors that he had given investigators several stories in order to protect his parents. He said detectives coerced him into making false statements.

He said he had no motive to kill his wife and there was no DNA evidence linking him to the crime scene.

Prosecutors said Tieman is the only person who could have killed his wife and all of the evidence led back to him.

Jurors deliberated for less than an hour before finding Tieman guilty of murder.

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