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A Janesville Man Was Detained After a Woman’s Body Was Discovered in Beloit

A Janesville Man Was Detained After a Woman's Body Was Discovered in Beloit

A tragic incident unfolded in Beloit as a 45-year-old man was apprehended following the discovery of a woman’s lifeless body. The Beloit Police Department responded to a distress call around 3:30 p.m. on a fateful Wednesday when the body was found near Turtle Town Hall Road and Colley Road within the city limits.

The authorities, led by spokesperson Sarah Lock, disclosed that the victim’s body was in an advanced state of decomposition at the time of the discovery. While her identity initially remained unknown, she was later identified as Judy A. Sprigler, aged 37.

The circumstances surrounding Judy’s death are yet to be determined as the cause is pending toxicology results. The police initiated a thorough investigation into the incident, resulting in the arrest of a Janesville man, Lawrence L. Parker Jr., aged 45, on charges of mutilating or hiding a corpse.

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He was taken into custody and is currently being held at the Rock County Jail. The police assured the public that there is no imminent threat to the community, indicating that the incident is believed to be an isolated one.

The City of Beloit Police Department expressed their heartfelt condolences to Judy A. Sprigler’s grieving family during this difficult time.

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