Arm & Torso Believed To Belong To Black Teen Killed After Date Found

Photo: Milwaukee Police Department

More body parts believed to have belonged to a 19-year-old Wisconsin woman who was killed after she went on a date with the suspect in her slaying have been found, per NBC News.

On Thursday (April 18), a person found a torso and an arm on a remote stretch of beach along Lake Michigan, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office. Authorities believe the remains, which are thought to have been washed ashore, belong to Sade Robinson.

Robinson died after going on a date with Maxwell Anderson, 33, on April 1, according to the sheriff's office. On April 2, a severed leg was found near a 100-foot bluff by the water’s edge in Warnimont Park in Cudahy. It was preliminarily identified as Robinson's body part.

More remains were discovered in an area of Milwaukee. On April 6, a human foot was found adjacent to train tracks. All of the remains are believed to have belonged to Robinson but are still awaiting formal identification, authorities said.

Anderson was charged with first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, and arson in connection to Robinson's killing . He was arrested during a traffic stop on April 4 and taken into custody at the Milwaukee County Jail.

An investigation into Robinson's death remains ongoing.

The Black Information Network is your source for Black News! Get the latest news 24/7 on The Black Information Network. Listen now on the iHeartRadio app or click HERE to tune in live.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content