He was arrested in connection with the homicide of
According to a probable cause affidavit, Woods had been hit in the back of the head several times with a fireplace poker. A partial shoeprint was found near the victim, and her television was missing.
A neighbor found a wallet in a trash can in front of her porch and turned it over to police. It was Woods' wallet. Police then got permission to search the neighbor's trailer and found two pairs of shoes, one of which appeared to have blood on it. The woman confirmed the shoes belonged to Reinders, her son.
Testing by the
Police were able to confirm with Woods' family that her credit card was used after her death for purchases at a Meijer store,
Reinders allegedly asked an accomplice to buy a PlayStation 4 and video game using Woods' credit card. Reinders allegedly pawned the PlayStation 4 and video a few days later.
The pair also used Woods' credit card at a mall to buy shoes, jewelry and a hat. The accomplice allegedly told police when he opened the trunk of Reinders' car he saw a large flat-screen TV.
Reinders was arrested without incident Tuesday, police said. He is currently being held without bond at the
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