Who was Cassie Carli? Bio, Wiki, Suspect, Murder, Police Report

Cassie Carli
Cassie Carli

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Cassie Carli was a mother who was headed to Navarre Beach in the Florida panhandle to pick up her daughter and She hasn’t been heard from since.

AGE:

Cassie Carli is 37 years old.

DETAIL OF INCIDENCE:

The body of a missing Florida woman has been found one week after she went missing, according to authorities. Cassie Carli, was discovered by police Saturday evening in a shallow grave found inside a barn in Alabama while executing a search warrant on the property, Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson said at a Sunday press conference. Carli’s ex-boyfriend Marcus Spanevelo has “a connection” to the property, Johnson said at Sunday’s press conference. Authorities confirmed Carli’s identity by using a tattoo on her body, Johnson noted. An autopsy will be conducted on Monday.

Carli was last seen on March 27 with her 4-year-old daughter Saylor around 7 p.m. local time on Navarre Beach, where she was expected to conduct a custody exchange with Spanevelo.

Both the mom and Saylor vanished afterward, though Saylor was found safe two days later, according to officials. Carli’s ex, Spanevelo, was arrested Friday in Lebanon, Tenn., by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations and the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office announced in a press release shared on Facebook.

Spanevelo was booked into jail on three charges: tampering with evidence, giving false information concerning a missing person investigation, and destruction of evidence Spanevelo allegedly took Carli’s cell phone and disposed of the item, which has since been recovered from an undisclosed location. The sheriff alleged that Spanevelo “lied a couple of times in different scenarios” and “never cooperated” with authorities investigating Carli’s case.

Relatives and friends told detectives that no one had heard from Carli since 10 p.m. Sunday night when the woman’s father received a text message from her phone that said she was experiencing car and phone trouble.

Johnson said”We have definitely got a great case, and I think that once the autopsy’s done and you see the charges filed, you’ll understand but I think we have a great case and I think he’s going to either spend the rest of his life in prison or get the needle. Hopefully the needle.

The investigation into the case remains ongoing.