MANTI — Burglary charges have been filed against a Sanpete County woman already facing unrelated attempted murder charges in Nevada.
Angela Hill, also known as Angela Atwood, 25, was charged in 6th District Court Wednesday with two counts of burglary, a second-degree felony, and one count of burglary, a third-degree felony.
The burglary is a separate incident from the burglary of Woody and Ann Fullwood's Mt. Pleasant home. Police say the couple was murdered in their home on Dec. 29 or Dec. 30.
Hill is currently in the Elko County Jail charged with attempted murder in connection with the shooting of a woman during a carjacking in West Wendover, Nev. She and Logan McFarland, 24, were arrested outside of Oasis, Nev., on Jan. 3 and the pair are being investigated in a string of violent crimes, including the Fullwood double homicide.
Sanpete County sheriff's deputies were contacted about a burglary in Mt. Pleasant around 9 p.m. on Dec. 28, according to an affidavit for arrest warrant. Police went to the home at 3260 N. 2750 East and spoke to the couple living there.
The couple said two women arrived at their home earlier in the day while the wife was there alone, and asked for the woman's husband. They left when the woman reported that her husband was gone, but returned 30 minutes later saying they had contacted her husband and wanted to look at a trailer he had for sale, the affidavit states.
They asked to look at the trailer and the woman took them to the back of her home, where they remained for around 15 minutes. When the woman went back inside, she found her wallet, purse, laptop and a bag carrying perfume and makeup was missing.
Police asked the couple to conduct a complete search of their home. They then discovered that a revolver, shotgun and two saddles were also missing.
The male homeowner mentioned that he believed Allison Boudreaux, 55, may have been one of the women involved in the burglary. A deputy noted that he had seen Boudreaux, Hill and McFarland together in Moroni on the day of the burglary, the affidavit states.
He obtained photos of the three and showed them to the man's wife, who "immediately identified" Boudreaux and Hill. The woman did not recognize McFarland but reported that someone wearing a "hoodie" was sitting in the vehicle that brought the woman by the home the first time on Dec. 28.
In an interview with Salt Lake police detectives, Boudreaux admitted that she, Hill and McFarland went to the home in Mt. Pleasant and while she and Hill went to the door, McFarland went to an outbuilding and took the saddles, the affidavit states. She told police she and Hill went into the home "to see if there were other things they could come back and steal."
Boudreaux said they returned again later, with Hill instructing Boudreaux to keep the homeowner busy out back while Hill and McFarland went through the home and stole various items. She said McFarland showed her what was taken, including a purse, cash, a computer and some guns.
Boudreaux is facing six charges, including aggravated burglary of a dwelling, a first-degree felony; obstructing justice, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property, second-degree felonies; possession or use of a controlled substance, a third-degree felony; and tampering with evidence, a class A misdemeanor.
McFarland, of Moroni, is charged with burglarizing the Fullwoods' home at 399 S. 600 East on Dec. 30. The couple was found there dead of apparent gunshot wounds.
"The involvement of Angela Atwood and Allison Boudreaux in the burglary of the Fullwood home is under active and ongoing investigation," the affidavit states.4 comments on this story
Hill and McFarland are also facing charges of kidnapping with a deadly weapon, robbery with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit kidnapping and/or robbery, and committing a crime in a stolen vehicle in Nevada.
Hill has waived extradition from that state to Utah. McFarland is fighting extradition.
No homicide charges have been filed in the Fullwoods' deaths. Prosecutors have said they anticipate filing additional charges.