Relatives of a south Georgia murder victim were arrested Thursday evening at the site where their loved one's body was found more than two years ago.
The family of Sunday Blombergh went to plant flowers in her honor after the trial of one of her killers ended.
We're told Brent Hyde, the owner of the property near Warrior Creek off Vicker's Bridge Road in Colquitt County where her body was dumped, insisted that charges be filed against the family.
Deputies charged six people with criminal trespass, processed them at the Colquitt County Jail, and released them on bond.
It happened just hours after Ruby Anne Evans, Blombergh's mother-in-law, was found guilty on all counts by a Tift County jury.
The young mother disappeared and was later found dead.
Blombergh's estranged husband, Theo Conley, took the stand Tuesday.
Ruby Evans' husband Herman Evans pleaded guilty to Bombergh's murder last year and was sentenced to life in prison.
Ruby Evans was sentenced to life in prison.
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