Jeremy Simko, 36 at the time, was found fatally shot in the head as he slept in the second-floor bedroom of his home on North Ridge Road in Vermilion.

Julene Simko was sleeping on the third floor and said she heard gunshots coming from the second-floor bedroom, Bradley has said, noting she assumed her husband was shooting out a bedroom window to scare off coyotes. Upon entering the second-floor bedroom, Julene Simko said she fired two warning shots after hearing an intruder and found her husband dead in his bed about 6 a.m. Police have said Julene Simko was known to be the only other person inside the home...

Neighbors had always wondered why they did not hear gunshots, or why the four German shepherds never made a sound.

Julene Simko, 36, was indicted Wednesday by the Lorain County Grand Jury on multiple charges related to the 2009 homicide of her husband Jeremy. Jeremy Simko was discovered shot and killed in the couple's home in the early morning hours of November 18, 2009.

Julene has been charged with one count of aggravated murder, two counts of murder, two counts of felonious assault and two counts of tampering with evidence.