Prosecutor to charge 2 women in Carrillo case

New charged in Carrillo case

WYOMING, MICH. - Chris Becker, the Kent County Prosecuting Attorney, says his office is charging Ana Carrillo's ex-boyfriend's mother and his father's girlfriend in relation to Carrillo's disappearance and homicide.

Andrew Hudson is Carrillo's ex-boyfriend and father of her three children. It was announced on Thursday, Oct. 12, he faced open murder charges in connection to Carrillo's case.

The Kent County Prosecutor's Office is charging his mother, Nancy DeCamp, with perjury related to Carrillo's homicide. They are also charging Angela Wilson, Hudson's father's girlfriend of 10 years, with perjury and an additional count of tampering with evidence. The maximum penalty for a perjury felony is a life in prison. The tampering charge has a 10 year maximum penalty.

No date has been set for either arraignment.

Carrillo's disappearance has been investigated extensively. She was last seen Sept. 3.

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