A missing woman who vanished was discovered wrapped in a sheet under her ex-boyfriend’s mattress. Robin Elizabeth Allmon, 42, was missing for several days before sheriff’s deputies found her body at Maurice Winda’s home in Hughes, Arkansas. Robin appeared to have been deceased for a while but was able to be identified by a family member due to her tattoos, according to the St Francis County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies entered the home after receiving a call from the Hughes Police Department, WREG reported on Thursday. ‘Wrapped in a bed sheet with a mattress laying on top of the body, and there was no one at home,’ said St Francis County Sheriff Bobby May.
Robin’s ex-boyfriend, Winda, is at large and named as a person of interest in her death. ‘The last known person for her to be with was her ex-boyfriend, and he had been abusing her and assaulting her,’ said Robin’s daughter Nancy Allmon. Nancy claims that Winda beat her mother more than once. ‘He blacked her eye. Her eye was black, like over, she ended up going to the hospital,’ the daughter said. ‘She had a fractured eye socket.’ The daughter said she had helped her mother file charges against Winda, who works for the Hughes Sanitation Department. ‘I sent pictures over, dates, threatening text messages where he had texted my mom. You know, crazy things,’ Nancy said. Winda did not appear in court on the assault charges, according to Nancy. Nancy believes that Winda took her mother to his home against her will. ‘In my eyes, in my heart, nothing will make me believe my mom was willingly going in that house on her own,’ the daughter said. ‘I believe he got my mom. He forced my mom.’ The medical examiner has not yet released the cause of Robin’s death. Authorities confirmed reports of abuse but have not released a motive for the crime at the home on Tucker Street.