A Florida girl has been accused of utilizing soda to cowl up the proof of her involvement in a murder.
Daytona Seashore Police Division arrested 35-year-old Nichole Maks July 1 in connection to the death of her roommate Michael Cerasoli, 79, who authorities stated died from blunt drive trauma to the again of his head and a number of stab wounds to his toros, in line with a police affidavit obtained by E! Information.
The Aug. 4 affidavit stated the Daytona Seashore Fireplace Division obtained a name July 1 relating to a hearth at a residence the place firefighters and paramedics discovered Cerasoli’s physique. Maks, who the residence’s landlord recognized as Cerasoli’s roommate, was not current on the residence on the time.
Police later positioned Maks, who they stated within the affidavit was holding a knife and hammer with seen blood stains on her leg. The authorities additional acknowledged that whereas questioning Maks on her whereabouts through the time of Cerasoli’s homicide—throughout which they stated she repeatedly modified her story—she was knowledgeable that they had a search warrant to acquire samples of her DNA.