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Fourth Person In Custody For Shoals Murder

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A fourth person sits in jail in connection to the death of a Shoals woman.

Nearly six months since the murder of Amanda Taylor, Ashley Greenhill has been indicted for her involvement in the case.

A grand jury indicted Greenhill for hindering prosecution and abuse of a corpse.

Police say she turned herself in Monday afternoon.

Now Greenhill sits in the Muscle Shoals jail with a $250,000 bond.

Colbert County deputies found Amanda Taylor’s remains in a wooded area off Gnat Pond Road, nearly two months after she was reported missing.

Ronald Weems is charged with murder and dismembering her body in October.  According to investigators, Weems admitted to killing Taylor.

Matthew Fox and Laurel Pruett are charged in the case too.