This Jan. 12, 2013 handout photo provided by the Effingham County Sheriff's Office, shows Kimberly Moretz, charged with helping hide the body of Charlie Ray of Savannah, Ga., who police say was killed and dismembered by her husband, Chad Moretz. Police came to Chad Moretz's door to ask questions about a missing person and quickly found themselves in an armed standoff that ended in bloodshed. It was at least the fourth time in 18 months that Effingham County deputies had been dispatched to the house. Neighbors and relatives in southeast Georgia had previously accused Moretz of chasing his wife with a machete, threatening to kill a man with a handgun and of stabbing a dog with a pocket knife after it bit him. None of that could prepare investigators for what they found after the fatal standoff Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Courtesy of the Effingham County Sheriff's Office)
SPRINGFIELD, Ga. (AP) — A woman accused of renting a storage facility where the remains of a dismembered man were found has been release from the Effingham County Jail on $27,700 bond.
The Savannah Morning News reports 40-year-old Kimberly Moretz is free after posting bond Tuesday. She and her brother, 38-year-old Kevin Lambert, were arrested in mid-January on charges of concealing a death, tampering with evidence and hindering the prosecution of a criminal.
Moretz’s husband, Chad, is accused of fatally stabbing and dismembering 35-year-old Charlie Ray, who had been reported missing. Police said they found some of Ray’s body parts in Moretz’s house in Rincon and in a storage unit in South Carolina they say was rented in Kimberly Moretz’s name.
Police have not established a motive in the slaying.
Information from: Savannah Morning News.