Florida man charged with murder after body parts found in a bay
The incident took place in Tampa, one of Florida’s major cities. The Florida man was arrested for murder when police found body parts in a bay. In a statement made by the police on Wednesday, it was stated that the dismembered body was thrown into the bay. A Florida man was detained as the prime suspect in the murder.
Tampa police have arrested 69-year-old Robert Kessler for drug dealing and drug use. Police were also investigating the murder of Stephanie Crone-Overholts. The police, who managed to link the two events, charged Kessler with second-degree murder.
The dismembered body of 47-year-old Crone-Overholts was discovered by a fisherman. While the fisherman was doing his own business, he found the body parts and informed the police. As a result of the investigations, it was learned that the body belonged to a woman from Pennsylvania.
Other parts of the deceased woman’s body were discovered in McKay Bay. These body parts consisted of various additional body parts, including a tattooed leg. Police shared a photo of the tattoo at the press conference. The tattoo had the name of the woman’s child and three hearts.
Images released by Tampa police went viral on the Internet. When the family of the deceased woman noticed the tattoo, they contacted the police. It was learned that the woman lived with her family in Pennsylvania. In addition, the family had previously reported the woman missing. However, there was no information from the police for a long time.
No connection was initially identified between Kessler, who was arrested for drugs, and the late Crone-Overholts. Police chief Ruben Delgado revealed that the two began living together after meeting at a fast-food restaurant. After this information was discovered, the police expanded their search area.
Tampa police found various bloodstains while investigating Kessler’s van and home. The bloodstains were sent to the laboratory for analysis. Laboratory examinations revealed that the blood samples belonged to the deceased Crone-Overholts.
Tampa police were unable to give a clear indication of when Crone-Overhoults was killed. According to the police, it could not even be determined when the body was thrown into the water. No additional information about the murder was shared. Kessler, on the other hand, explained that they met the woman at a restaurant and offered her a place to stay, but that it had nothing to do with the woman’s death.
Crone-Overholts’ son, Sean Overholts, stated that he was devastated when he learned that his mother had been murdered. He said that what happened was like a nightmare and that he would miss his mother very much. Charged with murder in addition to drug possession, it’s unclear whether Kessler has hired any lawyers for his defense.
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