MANCHESTER, Ky. — Police say a man and a woman conspired to kill the woman’s ex-boyfriend.

WYMT-TV reports that Angelina Grubb was arrested Wednesday on an indictment warrant in connection with the July 4 shooting death of 34-year-old Jody Sevier in Clay County. Police are still looking for Matthew Caldwell.

Kentucky State Police said in July that Sevier showed up at Grubb’s home and Caldwell shot and killed him. Police at the time said Grubb had previously filed for an emergency protective order against Sevier that hadn’t yet been served.

Court records say investigators believe Grubb and Caldwell conspired to kill Sevier and robbed him after his death.

Grubb faces criminal complicity to commit murder and robbery charged. Caldwell will face murder and robbery charges.

It’s unclear if they have lawyers.

Information from: WYMT-TV,

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