BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — Boynton Beach Police said that the homicide investigation of Jessica Kalish has determined that "there is more than enough probable cause" to establish that former Credit Union Times Special Assignments Reporter Carol Anne Burger killed Kalish on Oct. 22.

According to evidence gathered, Kalish was stabbed 229 times with a phillips screwdriver in the garage of the Churchill Drive home she shared with Burger.

Burger, age 57, who died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, was found in the backyard of their home just hours after learning that her former partner had been murdered.

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