Man arrested over murder of girl linked to chilling baby daughters cold case

A man who was arrested in connection to the murder and rape of a five-year-old girl has now been linked to a chilling baby killing cold case.

Tremaine Williams, 37, has now been suspected of his own daughter's death after he was arrested last month and was charged with capital murder and kidnapping over the killing of Kamarie Holland, 5.

Kamarie was allegedly sexually assaulted and killed before she was found dead in an empty property in Phoenix City, Alabama on December 13.

Her mother Kristy Siple, 35, was charged with three counts of felony murder with kidnapping, sodomy and rape of Kamarie as well as first-degree human trafficking.

The 35-year-old reported her daughter missing and allegedly told police that she woke up and discovered that Kamarie had vanished, reports Fox News.

Williams had once lived at the property where Kamarie's body was found and it was found that he had a previous relationship with Siple, although it is not clear under what nature.

His arrest has sparked Alaska police to reopen the investigation of his one-month-old daughter Naudia Treniece Williams who was murdered in 2005, reports WRBL-TV.

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When the 37-year-old was arrested last month, Sheriff Heath Taylor mentioned that he had previously been suspected in connection with the killing of a baby but wasn't charged as there wasn't much evidence.

It has been reported that Williams has a history of abuse and in 2012, he was acquitted of child abuse charges in Alabama.

According to State records, a man with the exact name has charges awaiting for alleged battery and child cruelty linked to an incident that took place in August last year.

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