Anthony Vita to stand trial over murder of wife Marion in Glasgow

Police were called to the property in Barrachnie Crescent at about 20:20 on Friday Marion Vita's body was found at her home in Barrachnie Crescent, Baillieston

A man is to stand trial charged with murdering his 48-year-old wife at her home in the east end of Glasgow.

Anthony Vita, 47, is accused of using a knife to kill Marion Vita at her home in Baillieston in September last year.

He also faces a charge of behaving in a threatening ad abusive manner by sending text messages to his wife and another person.

At the High Court in Glasgow, judge Lord Turnbull said the trial would begin in March.

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