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The elderly parents of a former Davenport chiropractor convicted of second-degree murder will miss their son. James Klindt, 62, a former Davenport chiropractor who was convicted of second-degree murder for killing his wife and disposing of her body in the Mississippi River, died Saturday.
He was the glue. Klindt had cared for his elderly parents in the big family home that once housed the Klindt chiropractic clinic. The elder Klindt said his son fell Thursday and hurt himself on a piece of furniture. I think he ruptured his spleen. Living downstairs from the couple is a female friend of Jim Klindt whose husband is imprisoned, Richard Klindt said.
James Klindt lived with and cared for his aging parents in his former childhood home ever since his release from prison in for a case that made national headlines. He was convicted of killing his wife, dismembering her body with a chainsaw and dumping the pieces into the river. He also participated in a prison program training guide dogs for the blind. For a short time inhe ran a taco stand at 4th and Howell streets - he worked eight out of the 20 years he spent in prison as a cook.
He continued to be arrested after his release. In October ofKlindt was charged with two counts of drug possession and a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia after he was stopped at 3 am. He was sentenced to one year probation for the drug possession.
A female passenger also was charged. Police had been called to his residence in connection with a domestic dispute with his girlfriend. Klindt and an MDA administrator talked about Klindt's past, about which the administrator had been unaware, and the two then agreed it would not be in MDA's best interests for Klindt to participate in the event. Klindt had donated to organizations for the handicapped and Special Olympics in the past and had looked forward to the event.
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