More charged in Hancock County cornfield body case

Amanda Gonzales (left), Joe Meyers (center), Ronnie Westbrook (right) (Provided Photos/Hancock County Sheriff)
Amanda Gonzales (left), Joe Meyers (center), Ronnie Westbrook (right) (Provided Photos/Hancock County Sheriff)

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – According to the Hancock County Prosecutor’s Office, two more people have been charged in the death of 23-year-old Katrina Miller of Indianapolis, who was found dead in a cornfield.

Katrina L. Miller (Provided Photo/Hancock County Sheriff's Department)
Katrina L. Miller (Provided Photo/Hancock County Sheriff’s Department)

According to court documents, Joe Meyers and Ronnie Westbrook have been arrested and charged with kidnapping and murder.

Monday, officials arrested and charged 27-year-old Amanda Gonzales with murder and assisting a criminal.

Documents show Gonzales told friends Ronnie Westbrook “got mad because some drugs came up missing out of his room,” and that “he threatened to kill her and Katrina Miller if he didn’t get them back.”

Documents show Gonzales told friends, that she, Westbrook and a man named Joe Meyers, brought Miller to a Hancock County cornfield. They say Gonzales told a friend Meyers made Miller get down on her knees, and shot Miller in the back of the neck.

Two boys on bicycles found Miller’s body in the cornfield on July 24.

 

 

 

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