Formal charges filed in Fort Wayne girl's death
Michael Plumadore is accused of killing and then dismembering Aliahna Lemmon on December 22.
Aliahna Lemmon (left) and murder suspect Michael Plumadore (right)
Prosecutors brought formal charges against Michael Plumadore Friday morning in Allen Superior Court 6. Plumadore was charged with murder, abuse of a corpse and moving body from scene.
Aliahna Lemmon on December 22.
In an interview with police, Plumadore admitted that he used a brick to hit Lemmon in the head several times. He said he then carried Lemmon's body to his home and used a hack saw to cut her into pieces.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Plumadore said he placed pieces of Lemmon's body in freezer bags before disposing of them in a dumpster at a nearby business.
Lemmon and her two sisters were staying with Plumadore for about a week while their mother was ill. Plumadore was a neighbor and a family friend.
Plumadore is being held without bond. He will appear in court for an initial hearing on January 4.