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Female porn star charged in death of man found in shallow grave

A former porn star is among three people arrested for the murder of a man whose remains were found in a shallow grave in Florida this week, nearly two months after he was reported missing.

Jeremie Odell Peters, 43; William Shane Parker, 35; and his girlfriend, Lauren Kay Wambles, 23, have all been charged in the death of Raul Ambriz Guillen, 51, Holmes County Sheriff John Tate said.

Wambles has performed in more than 30 movies as Aubrey Gold, WTVY reported, citing the website IMDb.com. The movies were all made between 2015 and 2018 and are largely available through online subscription services, the station said. Wambles’ Internet Adult Film Database page lists 65 credits, Heavy.com reported, with more than 26 million views on PornHub.

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“This is a very complex case,” Tate said at a news conference this week.

According to WDHN, the case began when a Jackson County, Florida, woman, claimed in May that she had been raped by Parker. Two months later, while that case was still under investigation, the same woman told detectives that she believed her roommate, Guillen, had been murdered, but she had no proof.

Jackson County deputies connected with Houston County, Alabama, deputies to investigate Guillen’s disappearance. Some time later, detectives uncovered evidence indicating that Guillen had been killed and buried in neighboring Holmes County.

THREE CHARGED IN HOMICIDE HOLMES COUNTY – The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office has charged three individuals in connection to the murder of a man who was reported missing from Jackson and Houston Counties around July 4, 2020.Investigators with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and Houston County Sheriff’s Office contacted HCSO to advise their search for 51-year-old Raul Ambriz Guillen led them to information stating Guillen was last seen at 1101 Highway 171, Graceville at the residence of 43-year-old Jeremie Odell Peters in the company of 35 year-old William Shane Parker of Gordon, Alabama and his girlfriend, 23-year-old Lauren Kay Wambles of Dothan, Alabama.Investigators with the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office obtained search warrants at two homes on Highway 171, including that of Peters’, and evidence pertaining to the homicide was discovered at both locations.Bay County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue then assisted with cadaver dogs, which located what appeared to be a grave site off Kirkland Road in northeastern Holmes County. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement then excavated the site, where the body of a deceased male later identified as Guillen was located and recovered.Parker is charged with an open count of murder and is currently in custody of the Jackson County Correctional Facility, where he is awaiting extradition to Holmes County.Wambles is charged with being a principle to murder and is currently in custody of the Houston County Jail, also awaiting extradition.Peters is charged with being an accessory after the fact and abuse of a corpse. He is in custody of the Holmes County Jail.This is an open and ongoing investigation, and more charges and arrests are pending.This investigation is a joint effort with Holmes County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Bay County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the 14th Judicial Circuit Medical Examiner’s Office and State Attorney’s Office.

Posted by Holmes County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, August 26, 2020

 

“Basically, what we learned is they had been working a missing person’s case for a couple weeks, two or three weeks, and information had revealed that possibly the homicide had occurred in our county and also the body had been buried in our county,” Tate said.

Investigators learned that Guillen’s last known whereabouts were at Peters’ home in Graceville, less than a mile from Holmes County in Jackson County. He was believed to have been there with all three of the suspects. Detectives executed search warrants at Peters’ home and another nearby, finding evidence relating to Guillen’s death at both places. Then, with the help of cadaver dogs from yet another Florida county, investigators found Guillen’s body in a shallow grave in northeastern Holmes County, just north of Graceville.

 

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All three of the suspects have been charged in Holmes County, Tate said, but only Peters — charged with being an accessory after the fact and abuse of a corpse — is in jail there. Parker, who is charged with murder, is jailed in Jackson County and awaiting extradition, and Wambles, charged with being a principal to murder, is in the Houston County Jail in Dothan, Alabama, awaiting extradition.

Tate said the investigation is still open and there could be more arrests.

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[Featured image: Lauren Wambles/Houston County Jail]