18-year-old arrested in death of woman found in trunk of car


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De’asia Ra’meke Page is charged with murder and aggravated assault, Fulton County police said.

Her arrest was announced Sunday.

The body of Toni Abad, 58, was found in south Fulton County.

The body of Toni Abad, 58, was found in south Fulton County.

An 18-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with the death of a woman whose body was found in the trunk of a car, Fulton County police said Sunday.

De’asia Ra’meke Page is charged with murder and aggravated assault in connection with the death of Toni Abad, 58, of Fairburn, spokeswoman Partrena Smith said in a news release.

Details of the arrest weren’t released.

Before she was in custody, Page was believed to be homeless and was last seen in Union City in the former Shannon Mall area, Smith said.

The car that contained Abad’s body was found Friday morning in the area of Campbellton Fairburn Road and Thompson Road, police said.

Abad worked at a nearby Publix, Channel 2 Action News reported.

RELATED: Woman’s body found in trunk of car in area not known for violent crime

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