”They did know each other; they worked in the same industry, on the same shift but different divisions,” said Foster. ”Neighbors told us the two spent most of the day together Tuesday. They were seen on a porch drinking together.”
Foster said Hill’s body — which carried no identification — was found around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday by a motorist, who called 911. Officers followed a trail of blood and human tissue nine miles to the trailer park where Collins lives, surrounded his trailer for nearly four hours and finally resorted to tear gas, Foster said. ”He came outside and gave himself up,” Foster added.
“On the one hand, you have this relationship between the two of them,” said Lloyd, “and on the other, these kinds of bizarre circumstances — dragging the body and that sort of stuff. And it’s way too early for us to say one way or the other what this is.”
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