(4-29-22) This week in Auglaize County the murder of a Virginia man is a story that is made for a future NBC Dateline.

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Here is a timeline of what has happened and how it started in the Auglaize County murder-

The participants –

Hovanec,, Green and Theodoru

Amanda Hovanec filed for divorce with Timothy Hovanec in December 2020 and about a year later, during hearings “the parties issues have become contentious in nature.”

During the divorce Timothy was living in Dulles, Virginia outside of Washington D.C. and was working at the State Department

Amanda had tried to get the court to take away Timothy’s rights to see the children, but the court denied her request during the divorce hearings

Timothy also accused Amanda of violating court orders on his visitation rights…last week the domestic court ordered Timothy to be able to visit with his children from April 22 to April 24

Anita Green (executive director of the Auglaize County Farm Service Agency), the mother of Amanda and grandmother of her children, was at the home when Amanda and Timothy exchanged custody of the couple’s children. The children ranged in age from 5 to 8 years old.

Court document says – “When Timothy dropped the children off at the residence (19000 block of Middle Pike Road), Anita Green took the children into the the residence away from Timothy and Amanda. The body was moved into Anita Green’s garage until Green drove Amanda and Anthony to dispose of the body.”

Amanda injected Timothy with an “overdose of a synthetic opioid” She was given the opioid from her apparent boyfriend Anthony Theodorou (listed as being from South Africa) who acquired the drug.

Timothy was reported missing to the Wapakoneta Police Department (by the hotel he was staying at) on April 26, two days after he had dropped off the children to Amanda at her home.

“An investigation into his whereabouts led Detectives to locate Timothy’s body in a rural area of Auglaize County.”

Bond hearings are scheduled for Monday for all three of the Auglaize County Murder Suspects…bond has been set at $2million dollars.

Down the road…Amanda had an upcoming appearance scheduled in court for June 15, where she would have to show the court why she shouldn’t be held in contempt of court