Mohamed Abdullahi told detectives how Simpson’s “arm was cut off above the elbow.”
Mohamed Abdullahi faces abuse of corpse, arson and OVI charges in connection with the killing and burning of Bobbie Renee Simpson.
On Oct. 14, a couple walking their dog in Burbank Park when they saw a burning body.
“Oh my God! It looks like there’s like a mannequin, that’s not a…It looks…I don’t know sir,” the woman told a 911 dispatcher.
Report: Woman found in Upper Arlington park was placed in container, set on fire
News10, October 23, 2018
UPPER ARLINGTON – A man was arrested Monday in connection to a woman whose body was found burned in an Upper Arlington park Oct. 14.
Upper Arlington police say 27-year-old Mohamed Abdullahi was arrested and charged with abuse of a corpse and arson.
Tuesday morning, Abdullahi was given a $1 million bond in municipal court. He must stay away from the location of the incident and the family of Simpson as the conditions of his bond. He is scheduled to be back in court Nov. 1.
Police said Abdullahi was stopped for a traffic violation and arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He was a person of interest in the death of 23-year-old Bobbie Simpson. Police say DNA taken from Simpson’s body matched Abdullahi.
Simpson was found in Burbank Park on Sunday, Oct. 14 after a passerby reported a fire.
According to the preliminary autopsy report, Simpson’s body had been placed in a container and then set on fire.
The report also said there were obvious signs of trauma to the body. An official ruling of death has not been determined.
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