RABBIT HASH, KY (FOX19) - A third person has been arrested and charged in the death of a missing northern Kentucky woman undergoing chemotherapy, Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney says.
A Golden Alert was put out Tuesday for 58-year-old Denita Satchwell of Covington after police say she went missing and required time-sensitive medication that she did not have with her.
Officials announced Kenneth Maurice Jones, 38, was arrested Friday by Covington Police and charged with murder, robbery, and tampering with evidence.
Satchwell's body was recovered Thursday in a wooded area near Rabbit Hash, Kentucky.
Covington police also charged a juvenile with murder, attempted robbery, and tampering with physical evidence in Satchwell's death.
Police also charged 18-year-old Breadon Reaves with facilitation to homicide.
"Very early on in our investigation, we concluded that this was a little bit more than a missing person," Covington Lt. Col. Brian Steffen said Friday.
Family members suspected foul play when they realized Satchwell's dog was left behind in her house.
"Certain things in the house weren't right to them [the family]. They made a very strong point to tell us that Ms. Satchwell would never had left her dog in the house alone," Steffen said.
It is not known whether the suspects and victim knew each other.
Jones is being held at the Kenton County Detention Center on a $1 million dollar bond. He is expected to appear in Kenton District Court Monday.
Reaves is being held at the Kenton County Detention Center.
The juvenile is being held at the Campbell County Juvenile Detention Facility.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call Detective Jess Hamblin at 859-292-2375.