A victim was found without a head, hands or feet in 2014 in New York. Now, seven years later, police say they arrested the suspected killer.
New York State Police arrested Keymarro Guiden, 48, after a seven-year-long investigation into the homicide of April Parker, 31.
On May 26, 2014, Parker was reported missing to the Monticello Police Department, according to New York State Police. On June 10, 2014, after an extensive search, a body was found in the woods near Sleepy Hollow Apartments in Monticello, New York.
The body was decapitated and had no hands or feet, according to police. DNA testing eventually determined the remains were Parker’s.
Guiden, the father to one of Parker’s children, was considered a person of interest in the case, as State Police investigated the homicide and followed leads.
On Dec. 1, 2021, a Grand Jury handed down an indictment for second-degree murder for Guiden,
An arrest warrant was issued for Guiden and he was taken into custody by Pennsylvania State Police in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. On Dec. 14, Guiden was extradited to Sullivan County, New York.