ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A boyfriend has been charged in the death of Sophie Solis, whose body was found with stab wounds in a car trunk on Thursday, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
- Warren Brown charged with second-degree murder
- Sophie Solis' body was found in Brown's car trunk, police say
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Warren Brown, 57, has been charged with the second-degree murder of Solis, 43, on Saturday evening, according to the police department in a news release.
The couple lived together in a home on the 7000 block of Organdy Drive North in St. Petersburg. A friend was worried when Solis could not be contacted and called police.
Solis's body was found in Brown's car trunk with stab wounds, along with photos of the couple and bloody clothing, stated police.
According to St. Petersburg Police, officers visited this house 18 times this year — six just this month.
"Most of them are domestic-related," said police spokesperson Yolanda Fernandez. "Domestic battery, domestic arguments, injunctions, that sort of thing."
Fernandez added that Solis' boyfriend was arrest Nov. 9 on an aggravated assault charge, but that charge was dropped when Solis apparently chose to not proceed with the charges.
Warren Brown, 57, has been charged with the second-degree murder of Sophie Solis, according to authorities. (St. Petersburg Police Department)