On Thursday last week, Lizzie Dodd was found dead in her home in the small town of Alton, Illinois.
According to the local KMOV channel, the 22-year-old was found by his mother.
The mother did not hear about her daughter for a long time, and became very worried.
Lizzie Dodd was eight months pregnant with her first child when she was found beheaded.
– She was brutally and brutally murdered. It’s just beyond that, says Illinois police chief Marcus Pulido.
Dodd’s ex-girlfriend, who according to the police was “discontinuous”, was arrested after the murder.
It’s the Illinois Riverbender newspaper reports.
When the police confronted his ex-girlfriend about the murder, he reportedly refused to reveal his identity.
He faces several charges, including two counts of premeditated murder, premeditated murder of an unborn child, mutilation of a human being, car-related offenses, and concealing the killings.
From children’s shows to funerals
According to Fox 2 Now, Dodd had just moved into the area when she was killed.
In a press release, Police Chief Pulido wrote that Lizzie Dodd was murdered just two weeks before her child was shown.
– This daughter, this future mother and her family, were in the planning stage of the children’s show that was due to be at the end of June. Now the family is planning a funeral, he says.
This is what Tom Hayne, the Madison County District Attorney, told Fox59:
– We send our deepest condolences to the Liese Dodd family after the harsh loss they suffered.
Two equal kills
Pulido says he’s sure the amount of evidence there will immediately lead to Dodd’s ex-girlfriend being convicted of the murders of her and her unborn child.
We believe the evidence will show that the defendant’s horrific actions led to the murder of a young woman and the child she bore. In the eyes of the law, both murders are equal.
Liese Dodd’s ex-girlfriend is being held on bail of nearly NOK 20 million.
It is not known at this time what he will do after leaving the position.
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