Deputies in Sumter County have announced an arrest in a cold-case killing, and they say it was all over money.
Last April, someone found the decomposing remains of a woman in the woods near a truck stop in Wildwood. A forensic anthropologist from the University of South Florida helped create a computer-generated photograph of the woman to help identify her.
Detectives said the photo aided Kentucky authorities in matching the image with a woman who was missing from their state, Martha Wever.
According to MyFoxTampaBay.com, someone had been collecting Wever's pension checks since her disappearance, and detectives believe it was 62-year-old Harold Penrod, who had been living with Wever.
Penrod is accused of fatally shooting her at that truck stop. He was arrested, and at a press conference Wednesday, Wever's brother thanked detectives for continuing to work on the case.