Maurice Winda Wanted after a Missing Woman's Body Was Found under His Mattress
Maurice Winda has been declared wanted by the police following the discovery of the remains of his ex-girlfriend, Robin Elizabeth Allmon, under his mattress.
A man identified as Maurice Winda has been declared wanted by the police after the lifeless body of a woman, Robin Elizabeth Allmon, who went missing for a while, was found in his home.
Jeremy Pierre, a news reporter for FOX13, took to his verified Twitter page to shed more light on the incident. According to his tweet, Winda has been revealed to be a person of interest in the woman's death.
The body of the deceased was found on May 17, 2021. According to Pierre, the search for the suspect whose house is located in Hughes, Arkansas, is on the increase.
He revealed that the Arkansas Department of Corrections is now fully involved in the quest to apprehend the suspect. With their dogs and units mounted in different areas, they hope to be successful.
In a report from WREG, it was noted that the St. Francis County Sheriff's office revealed that Allmon was found enfolded in a sheet under the mattress. The police explained that she might have been dead for some time.
She further explained that Allmon was used as a constant punching bag with a fractured eye socket and a black eye to show for it.
The search for Maurice Winda who is a person of interest in the death of woman in Hughes Arkansas is ramping up. Deputies found the woman’s body in Winda’s home Monday. The Arkansas Department of Corrections now involved in the search with their K-9 and Mounted units. pic.twitter.com/w6hXvyReXM— Jeremy Pierre FOX13 (@JeremypierreFOX) May 18, 2021
Winda, who happens to be the ex-boyfriend of the 42-year-old, worked in the Sanitation Department of the City. The daughter of the deceased, Nancy Allman, in a statement, opened up about the whereabouts of her mom before she went missing.
Speaking to the news station, Allman explained that Winda was the last person her mother visited. She further explained that Allmon was used as a constant punching bag with a fractured eye socket and a black eye to show for it.
Meanwhile, the Arkansas State Medical Examiner's Office has uncovered the preliminary results, which revealed that the deceased died from an overdose. Sheriff Bobby May, from St. Francis County, said the suspect was last seen in Jonesboro on May 21.
Winda, who stole a car from Hughes, was pulled over by a Jonesboro police officer. The 44-year-old who was stopped alongside another Hughes man escaped while leaving the other man behind.
If the suspect is taken into custody, he is likely to be charged with abuse of a corpse and stealing a car. Speculations have risen after a Hughes police officer failed to notice the stench of the decomposing body during a welfare check in Winda's home on May 16.
The local police have been criticized by County investigators for not calling back up sooner. However, anyone with vital information related to the case is urged to contact the St. Francis County Sheriff's Office at 870-633-2611.
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