Missing teen linked to elderly woman’s murder

LAS VEGAS, NV – An Idaho teen, reported as missing, has recently been charged with brutally stabbing a middle-aged woman multiple times and disposing of her body in a dumpster enclosure. Lincoln Boe, 18, had reportedly traveled to Las Vegas to escape his regular environment, seeking ‘freedom,’ as reported in local police documents.

The victim, a woman in her late 50’s or early 60’s, remains unidentified officially, as the Clark County Coroner’s Office hasn’t revealed her identity. The gruesome discovery of her body occurred on April 29th, two days after the alleged murder.

Security cameras captured footage from a nearby plasma business around 3 p.m. on April 27, displaying Boe loitering at the back of the business and rummaging through the dumpster enclosure. The woman was last seen pushing a shopping cart near the dumpster shortly before Boe’s arrival at the scene.

Around 20 minutes after, Boe was seen asking the business staff about the location of their surveillance cameras. He was led to the back door where the cameras were placed. An employee noted Boe’s odd behavior after the information was shared, as he seemed ‘excited’ and was seen doing a ‘little dance’ near the loading dock.

Security footage later shows Bo, around 4.50 p.m., trying to obscure the alleged murder scene within the dumpster enclosure.

Las Vegas police apprehended Boe on May 2nd in a local parking lot. He is currently being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center. His court appearance has been scheduled for May 7th at 8:30 a.m.