Monmouth woman arrested for probation violation in Henderson Co. homicide case

A 40-year-old Monmouth woman was arrested Monday on a warrant of violating probation related to a 2017 case where she pled guilty to Concealment of a Homicidal Death.

Angel M. Logsdon was arrested in Peoria County on the Henderson County warrant, seven months after she was released from jail.

According to Henderson County Sheriff Steven Haynes, Logsdon was involved in the homicidal death of Rex Mynatt Sr. in rural Carman on October 6th.

In a negotiated plea deal, she pled guilty to the felony charge of the homicide concealment, and was sentenced to two years probation, $1,495 in fines, fees, and costs at a monthly payment of $30 a month, a $25 a month probation fee, and to serve 914 days in the Henderson County Jail with credit for 457 days served. She was released on January 18th.

Bond was set on the warrant for $20,000 with 10 percent to apply.

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