Law enforcement is sharing more information about a man accused of the murder of a woman in Humansville yesterday afternoon.
According to Polk County Sheriff Danny Morrison, law enforcement has obtained warrants for Kaleb Tyrel Stamper, born in 1986, for felony first-degree murder, armed criminal action and first-degree burglary.
Stamper is considered homeless, Morrison said.
He is being held in Polk County Jail on $1 million cash or surety bond.
While Morrison did not share the victim's name, he said she was a 57-year-old woman from Humansville.
Morrison said Stamper is also held on a capias warrant for a probation violation.
Because the probable cause statement is not yet available from the Polk County Circuit Court, details of the crime are not available at this time.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspicious death in Humansville Saturday afternoon.
Morrison said deputies were dispatched to a residence in the 600 block of Mill Street in Humansville Saturday afternoon, March 20, for the report of a possible homicide.
Morrison said an adult woman died from injuries. He did not release her name or other identifying information at this time.
As deputies were en route to the scene, they were able to identify the suspect’s vehicle, Morrison said. They then conducted a traffic stop and took one suspect into custody.
“The community is not at risk,” Morrison said. “It appears the suspect knew the victim.”
Morrison said charges are pending and the investigation is ongoing.
This is a developing news story. The BH-FP will provide more information as it becomes available.