CAPTURED| Man wanted in abduction/murder arrested in Philadelphia
BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- Baltimore City Police say they have arrested Willard Turner-Williams, the man wanted in the abduction and murder of a South Baltimore mother.
Tiffany Jones was found in a vacant home, after a fire was reported.
Emergency crews on scene found Jones' body burning in the basement. Charging documents said she'd been bound before being set on fire.
Williams is charged with first degree murder, kidnapping, false imprisonment, arson, and several other charges related to the murder of Tiffany Jones.
Williams was arrested by members of the Philadelphia Police Department and U.S. Marshals Service.
A Glen Burnie woman, Bobie Barncord, 28, is also charged in connection with the case. She faces charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, kidnapping, false imprisonment, first-degree arson and reckless endangerment.
She confessed to helping with Jones' abduction by driving the pickup truck and setting her on fire, according to the statement.
Jones was abducted from a Family Dollar store on Potee Street on Aug. 21, where a black male, later identified as Williams put a knife against her neck and forced her into a dark Chevrolet pickup truck, according to the statement of charges.
Williams is still in the custody of the Philadelphia Police Department, and is awaiting extradition to Baltimore.