Missing woman had been killed, burned and dumped in the Biloxi River

A Gulfport woman that was reported missing on September 25, was found deceased on October 7, 2015.  She had been killed, burned and her remains dumped in the Biloxi River.

After Harrison county Coroners identified her remains as Tina Marie Broadus, through their investigation, the Gulfport Police Dept. along with five other agencies were able to determine that Joshua Anthony Peterman, 28,  and Kari Michelle Parker, 34, had killed Tina and with the help  of two other men took her body to the woods.

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Investigators believe on Sept. 18, Peterman and Parker killed Tina at Peterman’s home on O’Neal Road then Peterman, along with Devin Gregory, 18, and Aaron Bobinger, 30, took her body to the woods, where they burned her body and later threw her into the Biloxi River.

Peterman, Bobinger, Gregory and Parker

Peterman is being held on a $1 million bond.  He was already in jail on a parole violation for commercial burglary and residential burglary convictions. He also was arrested on misdemeanor charges of malicious mischief, simple assault and petit larceny. He received credit for time served on the misdemeanors.  Parker was given a $250,000 bond while Gregory and Bobinger were both given a $10,000 bond. 

There has not been a motive disclosed for their actions.

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