Friday, October 27, 2017

Funk's Grove Murder Case Update: Motive

There are new revelations in the murder case of an East Peoria woman who was strangled and stabbed allegedly by her own daughter and left to die at Funks Gove. The Pantagraph is reporting that a co-defendant claims she did it was because woman threatened to tell police her daughter was a
prostitute. This is according to statements made Friday by the lawyer for a co-defendant in the murder case. Matthew Isbell, of Marquette Heights, and Christine Roush, of Washington, both 22, are both charged with first-degree murder in the death of Teresa Poehlman, whose body was found July 2 by hikers.

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