The Twinsburg man accused of stabbing his wife to death appeared in a Summit County courtroom on Friday.
TWINSBURG, Ohio - A Twinsburg man charged with murdering his wife pleaded not guilty Monday morning.
Glenn Wong, 50, appeared in Stow Municipal Court where his bond was set at $1 million.
Wong is accused of stabbing his 46-year-old wife Tami Wong to death Sunday morning at a home on Abrams Drive.
Police said they located Tami Wong's body in the first floor bedroom with multiple stab wounds. She was taken to the Twinsburg Family Health & Surgery Center, where she later died.
The couple's two children -- a 10-year-old girl and 8-year-old boy -- were home at the time and witnessed their mother's death, according to police and 911 calls.
The 10-year-old called 911 as the ordeal was unfolding at 7:06 a.m.
"My dad is murdering my mom. I don't really know what's going on," the girl told the 911 operator.
"I think my dad is mad at my mom. Please, I need the police. Please come. Please help," the girl said a little later.
"The 911 call is chilling. In more than 20 years, I probably haven't heard one that is worse than that," said Police Chief Chris Noga.
Noga said the children were greatly impacted in this crime.
"Our hearts go out to these two children," said Police Chief Chris Noga. "No child should ever have to endure this kind of tragedy and we ask our community to keep them in their thoughts and prayers."
Glenn Wong will return to court in seven to 10 days.
Editor's note: Due to the graphic nature of the 911 call and out of sensitivity to the family, NewsChannel5 elected not to post the audio of the call.
A Twinsburg man charged with murdering his wife pleaded not guilty Monday morning.
Twinsburg police are investigating after a woman was stabbed to death Sunday morning.