Glen Burnie woman charged in abduction, murder of Baltimore woman

Bobie Barncord (left) is charged with murdering Tiffany Jones (right)

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A Glen Burnie woman has been charged in the murder of abduction victim Tiffany Jones.

Bobie Barncord, 28, is charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, kidnapping, false imprisonment, first-degree arson and reckless endangerment, FOX45 has confirmed.

Barncord is being held without bond. 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 put a knife against her neck and forced her into a dark Chevrolet pickup truck, according to the statement of charges.

Jones was found with her arms and legs bound in a burning house on 7th Street, according to the statement of charges.

The investigation revealed the driver of the suspect vehicle was a white female, later identified as Barncord.

The police investigation continue.

Stay with FOX45 for updates.

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