A couple in California is booked for decomposing a deceased body in a Golf course
California authorities arrested a man and woman after dismembered human remains were found on a golf course on California’s central coast.
According to the reports, the dismembered remains of the missing person were found at the Blacklake Golf Course in Nipomo, north of Santa Barbara. Authorities did not disclose the identity of the missing person, but the Santa Barbara County Sheriff said the person had been missing since 2018.
Charges for the crime:
In a statement received by the press station, the sheriff’s office announced two arrests: 35-year-old Kimberly Machleit of Santa Maria was taken into custody on charges of murder in special circumstances and conspiracy. Donald Anderson, 37, also from Santa Maria, was arrested on suspicion of complicity in the murder.
The suspects and a third person were reportedly released on bail following their arrest last month on drug and firearms charges.
The officers are still investigating the case
According to the report, an investigation into the missing persons brought authorities to the golf course, and the remains were found by a team of divers.
The sheriff’s office did not provide further details at this time.