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Three arrested in case of missing Phoenix woman Taylorlynn Nelson

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Posted at 1:15 PM, Apr 06, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-06 17:04:32-04

Phoenix police have arrested three people in connection to the case of a missing 21-year-old woman from Phoenix. 

In March Taylorlynn Nelson was reported missing by her family after they said they were concerned because she had not called anyone after arguing with her boyfriend. 

During the police investigation, officers searched the trailer in the area of Deer Valley Road and 27th Avenue where Nelson lived with her boyfriend, 27-year-old Kodi Bowe. 

As officers were searching the trailer, they located evidence that included blood which indicated foul play. 

More evidence led detectives to the area of Lake Pleasant where cadaver dogs have alerted to the evidence of human remains. 

At this time police say Nelson's body has not yet been located. 

Police say based on evidence, investigators have developed probable cause to arrest Bowe for first degree murder, abandonment of a dead body and tampering with physical evidence. 

Two others have been arrested after they were linked to the disappearance and homicide of Nelson. 

Police say 51-year-old Kerrie Quaintance was arrested and booked for hindering prosecution and abandonment or concealment of a dead body. 

Officials say 25-year-old Maxx Bowe was also arrested and booked into jail for hindering prosecution.