MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Police say in court documents that the person of interest in the death of a Fitchburg woman met her through an ad online for sex, then two days later burned her body over a fire in his yard.
WISC-TV reports Wednesday that the affidavit filed for a warrant to search the 29-year-old suspect's car revealed the new details.
No charges have been filed against the Porter man who is a person of interest in the disappearance of 19-year-old Aprina Paul.
The affidavit says the man told police that Paul responded to his online ad for sex Oct. 27, the day her family said they last saw her leaving home with an unknown man.
Law enforcement officials say Paul died at the house where the man was living in Evansville.
Information from: WISC-TV, http://www.channel3000.com