Florida police arrested a couple in connection with the savage beating of their co-worker with whom they were believed to be in a love triangle.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office arrested Christina Araujo, 38, and Zachary Abell, 30, who are both accused of brutally attacking 30-year-old Aileen Seiden.
Seiden, who is daughter of well-known Miami businessman, Frank Seiden, died after she succumbed to injuries she suffered inside the Sportsman Lodge. Her body was found at 5pm on April 23 by fishermen.
'It's the most savage beating I've see in my 40 years in law enforcement,' Franklin County Sheriff A.J. 'Tony' Smith told The Miami Herald on Monday.
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Florida police arrested couple Christina Araujo (left), 38, and Zachary Abell (right), 30, in connection with the savage beating of Aileen Seiden
Seiden (pictured), who is daughter of well-known Miami businessman, Frank Seiden, died after she succumbed to injuries she suffered inside the Sportsman Lodge. Her body was found at 5pm on April 23 by fishermen. Police believe all three were involved in a love triangle.
'She had broken ribs, broken limbs, a busted skull. Just horrific.'
Authorities said the suspects later dumped Aileen Seiden's body on the side of a road while driving back to their home in North Miami.
Police said Seiden could have still been alive.
'For all we know, she may have been alive when they dumped her,' Smith told the Herald.
Araujo is the daughter of Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Colonel Tony Araujo. She and Abell have histories of drug arrests. Colonel Araujo is the agency's fourth-highest ranking official.
Video taken by the sheriff's office shows the moment Abell was transported to the Broward County Jail
He was seen with handcuffs around his wrists and ankles and wearing a white shirt with black shorts. Abell is being held without bond