Illinois Woman bf did this.
Deundrea Holloway has been cha’rged with two counts of fir’st-degree mu’rd’er, two counts of intentional hom’ici’de of an unb’orn child, one count of d’isme’m’bering a hu’man bo’dy, conce’alment of homi’cidal de’ath and motor vehicle of’fenses after al’leg’edly be’hea’ding his pregnant ex-girlfriend in Alton, Illinois.
Liese Dodd, 22, was found de’ad in her home by her mother on June 9. Her mother had been planning her daughter’s baby sho’wer for later this month; her child was due in July. Holloway put her he’ad in a dumpster, per local authorities says KMOV4.
“What that mon’ster was ch’arged with today, about what she went thro’ugh, can make some people just completely lost for words,” Alton Police Chief Marcos Puli’do said following Holloway’s ar’re’st. “She was savagely, savagely ki’ll’ed. She was dec’apit’ate’d. D’eca’’pita’ted by a freaking savage m’onster … Her un’born child was also ki’lle’d as a result of this.
According to police, Dodd and Holloway had been on and off for about two years.
“This daughter, this mother-to-be, and her family were in the planning stages of a baby s’hower that was supposed to be at the end of June,” added Pulido. “But instead, now the family is planning a funeral because of what a mon’ster did.”
Holloway was picked up about 45 minutes from Alton by the Gillespie ‘Po’li’ce Department after a call about a stole’n bicycle. He was initially placed under arr’e’st for th’eft, but refused to identify himself. When he was transferred to Maco’upin Co’unty Ja’il, he was identified and “wanted for questioning by the Alton Po’li’ce Department.” He’s being held on a $2 million bond.
Dodd’s mother, Heidi Noel, called her daughter “a bright light that cared for everyone” and someone who “had a big heart” and would “go out of her way to help people.
“She had attended college and was planning on going into the medical field,” said Noel, who added that the whole family was “just excited and gathering the items you need to have a baby.”
Of now planning her daughter’s funeral, she said, “It’s not something I wish on anybody.”