GULFPORT -- Police have arrested an Ocean Springs woman on an accessory charge alleging she helped dispose of the remains of murder victim Tena Marie Broadus.
Police identified Natasha Sellers, 41, Monday as the fifth suspect in the criminal investigation.
Broadus, 29, of Gulfport, had been missing nearly three weeks when her skeletal remains were found Oct. 7 in the Biloxi River. Police believe she was killed at a man's home, her remains set fire off O'Neal Road near Mississippi 605 and the remains disposed of in the river.
Sellers turned herself in Friday, police Sgt. Damon McDaniel said.
Her name had not been released with the other suspects. Police arrested Joshua Anthony Peterman, 28, earlier Friday and made other arrests into the night.
Sellers was held at the Harrison County jail on a $10,000 bond set by Justice Court Judge Melvin Ray.
Police have released no motive for the killing.
Police officials have said investigators believe Broadus went to the home of Peterman on Sept. 25, and he and Kari Michelle Parker, 34, killed Broadus there. Peterman lives in the 15300 block of O'Neal.
Peterman, Aaron Dale Bobinger, 30, and Devin Deshawn Gregory, 18, are suspected of taking the remains to a wooded area near the east end of O'Neal, where her remains were burned, McDaniels said.
Those three face a charge of accessory after the fact of murder along with Sellers.