WORCESTER (WBZ-AM) -- A woman from Ashburnham has been formally indicted in the murder of a man whose body was discovered in Rindge, New Hampshire this summer.
The Worcester District Attorney's office said Julia Enright, 21, is charged in the murder of Brandon Chicklis, 20, of Westminister. Enright has been held without bail since her arrest this summer.
Chicklis was reported missing back in June, after he went to visit his cousin in Windham, New Hampshire, and never arrived.
Prosecutors said detectives used cell phone recordings to place Chicklis at Enright's home the night he died. When they searched the home, they said they found what's been called evidence in Chicklis's death--including blood inside a tree house.
Enright is due to be arraigned in Worcester Superior Court January 3.