2nd person charged with murder in death of West Texas woman

2nd person charged with murder in death of West Texas woman

SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) - Officials say a second suspect has been arrested on a murder charge after the remains of a West Texas woman were found buried at a former speedway.

Tom Green County jail records show Ludonna Gail Yoder was being held Wednesday on $500,000 bond.

Sheriff David Jones says Naomi Miller was last seen alive in 2005. Relatives reported her missing in 2015. Her remains were located March 8 at the ex-San Angelo Speedway.

Jones says Miller's husband, Robert Lamar Miller II, was arrested March 2 and accused of killing her at their home. Yoder was arrested Tuesday after investigators said she provided a statement saying she participated in the slaying.

Autopsy results were pending.

Investigators didn't immediately say how Yoder knows Robert Miller. Online records didn't list an attorney representing her.

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