CUMBERLAND, Md. - A huge development in the homicide investigation of a Cumberland woman. Cumberland Police say they have finally found Lisa Simmons' remains.
Simmons, 43, was reported missing in September.
They arrested her live-in boyfriend, Stephen Schleuniger, with first degree murder in October even though Simmons' body was never found.
Lisa simmons' family described the 43-year-old as a sweet, caring mother, daughter and friend.
Cumberland police said in a release, they found Simmons' remains at an industrial park in Winchester with the help of her suspected killer, Schleuniger.
Investigators say they found blood on Schleuniger's shoes that turned out to be a DNA match for Simmons.
We spoke with Simmons' family who say they're having a really tough time but are glad to have her back to finally lay her to rest.
Simmons' remains were sent to the Virginia State Medical Examiner's Office.
Her family says they're currently making funeral arrangements to put Simmons to rest.
Schleuniger has a court appearance scheduled on December 3.In October police determined that she had been killed inside her Browning Street home.