Man indicted in death of former fianc Dee in Boise


BOISE, Idaho (AP) _ A grand jury has indicted a man for the
suffocation death of his former fianc Dee, whose body was found
between a burning mattress and box spring at her house in Boise on
March 5.
The Idaho Statesman reports an Ada County grand jury indicted
Lloyd Hardin McNeil Tuesday on charges of second-degree murder for
the death of Natalie Davis, along with arson and grand theft.
Prosecutors allege McNeil suffocated Davis and set a fire before
taking her car and other belongings. He was arrested in Seattle and
remains jailed on $1 million bail.
The night before her death, Davis declined to press charges
after telling police that McNeil had tried to shove pills down her
Charges that McNeil assaulted Davis at a campground near
Bozeman, Mont., last summer were dismissed after Davis' death.

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