A Rincon woman charged with concealing the death of a
Wilmington Island man has been arrested in Naples, FL.
Kimberly Moretz was arrested Thursday night for violating
Effingham County Sheriff's Office spokesman David
Ehsanipoor confirmed to WTOC that she tried to avoid going to trial.
Moretz and her brother Kevin Lambert were charged with
concealing the death of 35-year-old Charlie Ray III.
In February, Moretz asked a judge to change her bond agreement
and allow her to leave Effingham County to go to Florida, but the request was
is believed to have been slain in the kitchen of a Whitehall Avenue home in
early January before being dismembered with a saw, according to the Effingham
County Sheriff's Office.
said they believe Chad Moretz is responsible for the killing and that he tried
to clean the blood left in the kitchen, according to the ECSO.
were led to the house after learning Ray was an acquaintance of Chad Moretz.
said Chad Moretz grabbed an AR15 rifle and took his wife hostage. He was fatally shot when he came
onto the porch with a gun during the standoff.
remains were discovered inside the home when the standoff ended. A
majority of his remains were found in a storage unit in Jasper County, SC,
which was rented by Kim Moretz a week earlier, according to the sheriff's office.
Moretz is being held in the Collier County Jail.
Ehsanipoor said the sheriff's office is making
arrangements to bring Moretz back to Effingham County.
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