A Radcliff man was arrested Saturday after police say he held a woman captive for seven days, torturing her and sexually assaulting her repeatedly.
New surveillance video released by the Lee County Sheriff's Office show Reiss at Smokin' Oyster Brewery on Fort Myers Beach on April 5 talking to Hutchinson.
Ford said she stays at Metcalf's home periodically and she returned Friday the day before his arrest.
She also added that her mother-in-law was inconsolable and later took a picture without the "Pottu" admitting it was her grave sin to wear it when her husband is no more.
Marceno said Riess "loves casinos" and has a "gambling problem". According to the Star Tribune, police suspect she forged her dead husband's signature before his body was found, transferred almost $10,000 into her account, and headed to a casino across the Iowa border.
Authorities say she stole Hutchinson's auto, which has been seen in Louisiana and Texas.
Investigators believe Riess targeted Hutchinson in order to steal her identity because they look similar. Lois Reiss vanished after her husband's body was found, and her trail went cold until Pamela Hutchinson, 59, of Bradenton, Fla., was discovered dead.
The US Marshall's Office is now involved in the nationwide search "for this risky fugitive" who should be considered "armed and unsafe", Undersheriff Carmine Marceno of the Lee County Sheriff's Office said at a press conference. According to the documents, Tucker said she did slap one of the soldiers, but only after her hand became injured from trying to grab the cellphone.
Riess has three adult children and is a grandmother as well, according to Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose.
According to the complainant, Chauhan flashed at her while she was in her balcony.
Once in the room, Crotteau, armed with a large kitchen knife, came at her, the victim said.
Florida authorities Riess is wanted for murder, grand theft of a motor vehicle, and theft of a person's identity.