By Octavio Abea
According to a police affidvait, a missing Mont. teacher was killed and buried by two men who decided to randomly abduct her after smoking crack cocaine, one suspect said in a confession.
Sherry Arnold, 43, was abducted on Jan. 7 and is still missing, but prosecutors are now saying that the suspects pulled her into their car, choked her to death, and buried her according to an alleged confession in an affidavit filed Friday, the New York Daily News reports.
Michael Spell, 22, told FBI investigators that Lester Waters, 47, began talking about kidnapping and killing a female after they were smoking crack cocaine on a trip to Montana. They spotted Arnold, pulled her into their Ford Explorer, then killed and buried her about 45 miles from her eastern Mont. home,according to the affidavit, Fox News reports.
Police arrested Spell and Waters after they received a tip that brought them to Spell's girlfriend, who he had confided in, according to the affidavit, the New York Daily News reports.
Arnold, who just turned 44 Monday, taught math for 18 years at Sydney High School, Fox News reports.