Suspect Arrested in Beating Death of Arlee Man
POLSON, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana woman says her family, including two children, lived for more than two months in a trailer with the decomposing body of her husband's 18-year-old cousin in the shower, covered with clothes.
The body of Robert Warner was found June 2 in the trailer near Arlee.
Court records say Kassandra Seese told Lake County investigators that she and the children were in the trailer when her husband beat Warner with a hammer in mid-February and that they lived there until early May, before moving to Idaho.
KERR-AM reports 25-year-old Stephen W.L. Seese was jailed in Wallace, Idaho on a probation violation when he was arrested this week for deliberate homicide for Warner's death. Sheriff Don Bell says Seese has waived extradition.
Kassandra Seese was arrested in Springdale, Washington, also for deliberate homicide.