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PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man has been arrested on charges of murder after police discovered the body of a missing 25-year-old woman he had met through an online dating site.
During a search of Johnson's apartment, detectives found evidence suggesting it was the scene of the murder.
Johnson's roommate took authorities to an area outside of Tonopah, Arizona, where they found Russo's body in a shallow grave near a burned-out sedan in the desert in Maricopa County.
Authorities have yet to determine the cause of Russo's death.
Russo's mother said it was excruciating to learn the details of her daughter's death, but felt some closure after hearing there was a suspect in custody."You go to sleep with different pain but at least, we've gone searching for her so many times," said Diana Schalow.
A statement posted on a missing persons page for Russo said the family is devastated.
It said they are grateful for the outpouring of support and are requesting privacy to mourn Russo.
During an initial appearance Sunday, a Maricopa County judge said the county will appoint Johnson a public defender.The endless parade of eligible men on Tinder is always a colorful one.You've got guys posing at the gym, guys showing off their moms, guys with pictures of only their cars and none of their face (scary), and of course, there are guys with their fish.READ: If You Want More Dates, Pose Like THIS in Your Online Profile As a Florida resident, I'd say over half of the sunburnt gentlemen I've seen on Tinder are avid fishermen and proud of it.The strategy behind using a photo of you and your biggest catch to reel in the ladies (sorry, couldn't resist) has always been a mystery, but a new study revealed that fisherman, apparently, can get it.Fishing app Fishbrain recently analyzed the Tinder photos of men ages 18 to 35 years old in Florida and found that 22 percent of them posed with a fish. Then, the study polled over 1,000 members of a college sorority, and found that 46 percent of the women agreed: Fishermen can get it.