CALGARY - Police in Calgary say a woman who was found dead at a home had earlier jumped from a moving vehicle and was then chased by her husband.
Investigators say they believe the man and woman were in the vehicle on Friday night when an argument broke out.
They say the woman tried to leave the vehicle but got tangled in the seatbelt and was dragged for a significant distance before the vehicle came to a stop.
Police allege she ran to a residence, and that when her husband caught up to her, there was a fight.
Police say they believe the man then left the area and went to a nearby hospital, which is when they say they were called.
A suspect, Gagandeep Sidhu, 30, of Calgary, has been charged with first-degree murder and will appear in court on Tuesday.
Police haven't released the woman's name or the cause of her death. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.
Police said Saturday that the woman's family was not from Calgary and that they were having trouble contacting them to notify them about her death.
They asked anyone who may know how to reach the family to contact police.
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Key Measures In Tory Crime Bill
The bill, known as the Safe Streets and Communities Act, includes the following measures: <em>With files from The Canadian Press</em> (CP/Alamy)
Child Sex Offences
Heftier penalties for sexual offences against children. The bill also creates two new offences aimed at conduct that could facilitate or enable the commission of a sexual offence against a child. (MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)
Tougher sentences for the production and possession of illicit drugs for the purposes of trafficking. (NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)
Violent And Young Offenders
Tougher penalties for violent and repeat young offenders. (JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)
An end to the use of conditional sentences, or house arrest, for serious and violent crimes (GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images)
Allowing victims to participate in parole hearings. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld)
Extending ineligibility periods for applications for pardons to five years from three for summary-conviction offences and to 10 years from five for indictable offences. (Flickr: haven't the slightest)
Transferring Canadian Offenders
Expanding the criteria that the public safety minister can consider when deciding whether to allow the transfer of a Canadian offender back to Canada to serve a sentence. (JOEL ROBINE/AFP/Getty Images)
Allowing terrorism victims to sue terrorists and their supporters, including listed foreign states, for losses or damages resulting from an act of terrorism committed anywhere in the world.(STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
Measures to prevent human trafficking and exploitation. (LOUISA GOULIAMAKI/AFP/Getty Images)