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TBI arrests Four People after investigation into Murder of Clarksville Woman

 

Fifth Individual Added to TBI’s Most Wanted List

Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationNashville, TN – Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, with the assistance of the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office and the Clarksville Police Department, have arrested four Clarksville residents in connection with the murder of a woman whose body was found in a field in Robertson County last month.

At the request of 19th Judicial District Attorney General John Carney, TBI Special Agents, in a joint investigation with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, responded to a scene off Highway 76 in Robertson County, where burned human remains were found on February 1st.

(L to R) Kevin Forman, Carol Williams, Lee Poe, and Sandra Murphy arrested for murder of a Clarksville woman.

(L to R) Kevin Forman, Carol Williams, Lee Poe, and Sandra Murphy arrested for murder of a Clarksville woman.

The identity of the victim was later confirmed as Amy LeeAnn Murphy, 31, of Clarksville.

Through the course of the investigation, authorities developed information which led them to Kevin Forman, Kellum Williams, Carol Williams, Lee Poe and Sandra Murphy as the individuals responsible for Amy Murphy’s death on or around January 31st, as well as the subsequent placement of her body in the Robertson County field.

On Monday, a special Montgomery County Grand Jury returned indictments against the five individuals. Kevin Forman, 26, Kellum Williams, 34, and Carol Williams, 38, are each charged with First Degree Murder and Abuse of a Corpse. Lee Poe, 27, is charged with Accessory to First Degree Murder and Abuse of a Corpse. Sandra Murphy, 19, is charged with Accessory to First Degree Murder.

Four of the five individuals have been arrested and booked into the Montgomery County Jail. Bond was set at $100,000 for each individual. The fifth individual, Kellum Williams, is wanted by the TBI and today was added to the state’s Top Ten Most Wanted list.


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