FORT WAYNE (WANE) - The mobile home Michael Plumadore was living in when he allegedly killed Aliahna Lemmon last week was moved Friday.
The trailer originally was home to Lemmon's grandfather, who died in early December. The Allen County Chief Deputy Prosecutor says the mobile home was moved by the county's request, to preserve evidence
"There has been a lot of work done over the past couple of days regarding seizure of evidence, and that's part of the ongoing investigation that will continue to happen," Allen County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Michael McAlexander said.
Park employees packed up the wheelchair ramp and attached mobile home No. 20 to the back of a truck Friday. The only things that were left behind where cinderblocks and the back steps. The mobile home has been moved to a private, secured location.
Plumadore was formally charged Friday with murder, abuse of a corpse, violent or suspicious death of a person, and moving a body from the scene of a crime.
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