Man found dead near Jefferson Memorial Forest identified
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Authorities have recognized a Louisville man stabbed in his automotive final week as 31-yr-previous Joshua Cambron.
In response to LMPD murder detective Lt. Emily McKinley, two individuals have been taken into custody in Ohio in reference to the homicide.
Cambron was reported lacking by his household final Friday.
Later that day, police in Louisville acquired a name from authorities in Delaware County, which is simply north of Columbus, saying that they had discovered the sufferer’s automotive, which had indicators of blood in it. Two individuals have been taken into custody — 37-yr-previous Robert Carpenter and 39-yr-previous Misty McKnight.
Throughout questioning, investigators discovered that McKnight knew the sufferer, and that she and Carpenter bumped into him on the Walmart on Outer Loop Friday night time. McKinley says the sufferer agreed to provide them a experience, they usually ended up on Egypt Lane.
That is the place McKinley says the 2 pulled a knife and tried to rob him. The sufferer resisted and was killed within the automotive.
McKinley says McKnight and Carpenter then drove to Bearcamp Street and dumped the sufferer’s physique in a creek, earlier than driving to Ohio the place they have been arrested by sheriff’s deputies.