CORINTH — Two people have been charged with disposing of a corpse in the investigation of a Tennessee woman’s body found in the Tuscumbia River in Alcorn County.
Sheriff’s Investigator Jerry Rogers says charged were filed Monday against Aaron Hastings of Corinth and Amanda Ervin Wilbanks of Ramer, Tenn. No bond has been set.
The body of 50-year-old Donna Hill of Ramer was found in the river on Oct. 25.
Rogers tells The Daily Corinthian that evidence points to Hill having been killed elsewhere before being dumped in the river.
Hastings is being held in the Alcorn County jail. Wilbanks is being held in the McNairy County, Tenn., jail where she is accused of being in possession of Hill’s rental car that was reported as missing after her body was discovered.
The Associated Press