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In an interview with investigators, Flanagan said that he and the woman had been dating for 11 years and that he was worried about her mental health.
Flanagan said that he, the woman and the woman’s brother-in-law were working on the lawn that day when he and the woman began to argue, according to the affidavit.
She said that at one point she was foaming from the mouth and throwing up from being choked.
Flanagan told police that he was attempting to take the woman to the Wyoming Behavioral Institute, because he was worried about her mental health.