COEUR d'ALENE -- The husband of a missing Clarkston, Wash., woman has been arraigned on a federal charge of felon in possession of a firearm.
Charles Capone was arrested at his business in Moscow on Thursday. He appeared before a Boise judge Friday via video conference from Coeur d'Alene and was ordered held pending a detention hearing Monday.
Capone's estranged wife, 40-year-old Rachael Anderson, has been missing since April 16.
Federal court records indicate Capone is a person of interest in Anderson's disappearance and that she filed a report with Clarkston police on Jan. 2 alleging he had pushed and strangled her. She filed for divorce on Jan. 7 after three months of marriage.
One of her daughters says Anderson had been receiving disturbing phone calls and feared for her life.
Court records say Capone pleaded guilty to a federal charge of felony bank larceny in October 1997.