A Lutz man is charged in the death of a woman whose body parts were found in McKay Bay
The Florida man was charged with the Pennsylvania woman's death after tattoos with her sons names helped identify the body.
Police say a Lutz man has been charged with killing a Pennsylvania woman after her dismembered body was found dumped in McKay Bay.
Tampa Police arrested 69-year-old Robert Kessler earlier this week on drug charges while investigating the death of Stephanie Crone-Overholts.
Kessler is facing charges of second-degree murder and abusing a dead body. A fisherman spotted body parts belonging to the 47-year-old woman from Erie, Pennsylvania earlier this month near the 22nd St. Causeway Bridge, according to a news release.
Police released photos of her tattoo, three hearts including the name of her son. The photos went viral and made their way back to her family in Pennsylvania where she had been reported missing.