Two people arrested after dismembered body found on California golf course

Two people in California were busted in connection with the murder of a person whose dismembered body was found on a golf course, authorities said.

Kimberly Machleit, 35, and Donald Anderson, 37, were arrested Tuesday after a dive team discovered the remains at Blacklake Golf Course in Nipomo, news station KTLA reported.

The identity of the victim was not released, though authorities said the person had been missing for two years and was familiar with the suspects, the outlet reported.

“It appears that the victim was murdered in the city of Santa Maria and dismembered before being disposed of at the golf course in December 2018,” the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office said.

Machleit was arrested on a charge of murder with special circumstances and conspiracy, while Anderson faces a count of accessory to murder, authorities said. They are each being held on bond.

No other details were provided about the role the pair allegedly played in the death.

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