UPDATE: Arrest made after woman found dead at north Phoenix apartment

Posted at 11:26 AM, Dec 14, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-15 08:23:56-05

PHOENIX — New details have emerged in the murder of a north Phoenix woman last week.

On December 5 Phoenix police officers responded to an apartment near Interstate 17 just north of Jomax Road and found 67-year-old Priscilla Lefevre dead inside one of the units.

Her husband reportedly told police about a women named Anna who Priscilla was counseling.
He described Anna as having "Satanic problems" and could be someone who could hurt his wife.

At the same time Glendale police got a call from a family member of Anna Collum, age 54, in California who reportedly told them that Anna called her saying "she didn't want to live any longer."

Police interviewed Collum's husband who reportedly told them that Anna was experiencing mental health issues and "heard voices telling her to harm Priscilla."
He also said a 9mm handgun was missing from their home.

Anna allegedly also left a voicemail saying," She did not feel right in the head and would not be coming home. "

Police say Anna was "in the religious-based counseling care of Priscilla having met through a prayer network at Church for the Nations in Phoenix."
Collum's husband also allegedly told police that two days before the murder he learned that Anna was angry with Priscilla for 'taking the holy spirit from her' and that Anna intended on "hurting Priscilla for what she had done."

Police located the gun and Anna's cell phone at a park near the murder scene.

Anna turned herself in to the Tucson Police Department.

She has been charged with first-degree murder.