Police arrest 2 in connection with killing of Anderson woman

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ANDERSON, Ind. — Police arrested two people Wednesday in connection to the murder of an Anderson woman who was killed Sunday.

Joshua Treadwell, 30, was arrested on a preliminary murder charge.

Brooklyn Parnell, 22, was arrested on preliminary charges of assisting a criminal, obstruction of justice, possession of a handgun without a license and pointing a firearm.

Both Treadwell and Parnell were booked into the Madison County Detention Center.

Anderson police said they were called to the 1400 block of Forkner St. on October 25 at 8:27 p.m. and found Arneshia Fuller suffering from gunshot wounds. The 28-year-old victim died at the hospital. 

Police say that two to three months prior to Fuller’s killing, she, Treadwell and Parnell were involved in a verbal altercation during a card game. This led to a second incident about a month later involving Fuller, Treadwell and Parnell in which Parnell pulled a pistol on Fuller while they were attending a party, according to APD. Authorities say during this incident, Treadwell allegedly provided Parnell with the weapon, however, the matter was not reported to the authorities.

Investigators believe these events, and others, contributed to Fuller’s death.

Anyone with additional information can call APD’s Criminal Investigation Division at 765-648-6730 or Crime Stoppers at 765-649-8310.   

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