December 28, 2011 by staff
Michael Plumadore, 39, faces one count of murder in the death of Aliahna Lemmon. He was being held without bond after a court appearance Tuesday. He was arrested Monday night after the girl’s body was found.
Florida Department of Corrections records show that Plumadore was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, firefighter or EMS worker in May 2000, and later that month he was sentenced to a year of community supervision.
But he failed to report to his probation officer or attend a court-ordered anger management class the following month, said department spokeswoman Ann Howard.
Details of the offense were unavailable because of the time that has passed, she said. However, Plumadore is listed in the department database as “absconder/fugitive.”
In a probable cause affidavit released Tuesday, Allen County, Indiana, sheriff’s investigators said Plumadore admitted striking the girl repeatedly in the head with a brick as she stood on the front steps of his mobile home in the early hours of December 22.
He told authorities he stored Aliahna’s body in garbage bags in a freezer at his home until that night, when he allegedly dismembered it with a hacksaw, according to the affidavit.
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