The suspects, identified as Sherman Kinchen, 27, and Kimberly Cartwright, 24, both of St. Louis, face multiple charges, authorities say.
A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the death of a Missouri man who authorities say was beaten with a golf club and stabbed after being forced to withdraw money from an ATM.
Authorities that the suspects, if Sherman Kinchen, 27, and Kimberly Cartwright, 24, both of St. Louis.
Kinchen was charged with second-degree murder, first-degree burglary, kidnapping and second-degree robbery, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
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Cartwright faces the same charges with the exception of the second-degree murder charges, the report said.
Authorities that the dead as Jeffrey Breitenfeld, 51, of the Lemay area of St. Louis County.
Court papers say Cartwright was at Breitenfeld house around March 3 when she texted Kinchen to come to the address and beat up Breitenfeld, the Post-dispatch reported.
Kinchen came with another man, and they attacked Breitenfeld in his home, authorities said. They then attacked Breitenfeld, a second time, after his return from an ATM , where they forced Breitenfeld to withdraw cash, authorities said.
Breitenfeld’s body was found two days later, but the police were not sure how long he was dead.
The investigation is continuing, and charges against the unidentified man are possible, the Post-dispatch reported.
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