Twin Falls Woman Arrested in Connection to Owyhee County Murder
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) Two more people have been arrested, one a Twin Falls woman, in connection to an Owyhee County murder case. Montanna Rae Reed, age 20, of Twin Falls and Willie Keith Rabey, age 34, of Mountain Home, were taken into custody and charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder, according to Idaho State Police. In a prepared statement, ISP says the two were arrested and charged Tuesday in connection to the death of a man discovered in the Bruneau Desert by two hunters on October 21. A third suspect, Nicholas B. Vandenberg, age 27, of Melba, was first to be arrested and charged with first degree murder. Reed and Rabey are both known associates of Vandenberg, according to ISP. Both suspects will be extradited to the Owyhee County Jail as Reed was arrested in Twin Falls and Rabey in Mountain Home. Authorities have not yet identified the victim in this case.