Woman found with dead Arkansas teacher's car now charged with murder
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Taylor Cynthia Elkins, of Fort Smith, was charged Wednesday morning with first-degree murder in connection to the death of William Dubois, Jr., according to a press release from Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Shue.

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FORT SMITH, Ark. (KDVR) -- An Arkansas woman found with a vehicle belonging to a former teacher found dead in his home in July has been charged with his murder.

Taylor Cynthia Elkins, of Fort Smith, was charged Wednesday morning with first-degree murder in connection to the death of William Dubois, Jr., according to a press release from Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Shue.

She was previously facing charges of hindering apprehension and theft by receiving when she was found with a red 2013 Ford Focus that belonged to Dubois Jr., according to a probable cause affidavit.

Elkins told law enforcement in July that a male had given her the car. She changed her story later, saying she was given the car in exchange for sexual favors from the victim.

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