An Utah man who supposedly killed his 5-year-old niece a month ago has been accused of rape.
21-year-old Alex Whipple is blamed for slaughtering Elizabeth Shelley, 5, on May 25 after the kid’s mom – his sister let him go through the night at the family home.
The Cache County Attorney’s Office said new proof recouped by the Utah State Crime Lab drove examiners to accuse Alex of assault of a youngster in the principal degree and homosexuality upon a tyke in the main degree in association with the homicide of Elizabeth “Lizzy” Shelley.
Lizzy was first revealed missing by her mom on the morning of May 25. Lizzy’s mom likewise detailed her sibling, Whipple, missing. He had allegedly dozed on the love seat the earlier night in the wake of drinking with his sister and her beau yet wasn’t found before dawn.
Whipple was arrested a few days after the fact and, on May 29, in the wake of giving police headings on the best way to discover Lizzy’s remaining parts in return for resistance from capital punishment, authorities recouped the body of the missing young lady only a street or two far from her home in Logan, Utah. The body was found under trees and brush.
Whipple was recently accused of irritated homicide, grabbing, block of equity and maltreatment of spoiling of a human body.