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More Details in Terre Haute Death Invesitgation

According to police, Amber Renyolds said that she was at her home on First Avenue with Ronald Arrowsmith and two other men on Friday, when she was hit in the head and knocked unconscious. When she woke up she saw Arrowsmith's body lying on the floor of the basement. Her mother, Rhonda, then helped her wrap his body in tarp and clean up the crime scene.
New details surrounding the death of a Terre Haute man have been released.

According to police, Amber Renyolds said that she was at her home on First Avenue with Ronald Arrowsmith and two other men on Friday, when she was hit in the head and knocked unconscious.   
When she woke up she saw Arrowsmith's body lying on the floor of the basement.

Her mother, Rhonda, then helped her wrap his body in tarp and clean up the crime scene.

Both women are now facing charges of obstruction of justice.

The investigation into Arrowsmith's death is still ongoing.

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