Suspect indicted in 2016 killing of 74-year-old SLC woman

Suspect indicted in 2016 killing of 74-year-old SLC woman

ST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. – An indictment for first degree murder charges have been handed down in connection to the murder of a 74-year old woman.

Sheila Robbins Hamner was killed in a machete attack Dec. 10, 2016 at a home on Traub Avenue in White City.

 Her son Kenneth Hamner was originally arrested and charged with her murder. St Lucie County Sheriff’s Officials said that Sheila had been stabbed multiple times, and that Kenneth had intentionally harmed himself to mislead the sheriff’s office.

 The charges against Kenneth were dropped in March 2017. Now, Carlos Gilbert Arellano-Ramirez is charged with the murder. Arellano-Ramirez is in the St Lucie County Jail on an unrelated armed burglary charge.

Kenneth released a statement saying he was happy the murderer has finally been charged.

Update March 29, 2018

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