LATAH COUNTY, Idaho-- The daughter of a murdered Clarkston woman spoke to reporters Wednesday following an arrest in the case.
Prosecutors charged two Moscow, Idaho men on Wednesday with the disappearance of Rachael Anderson, 40. Latah County Prosecutor Bill Thompson confirmed on that an arrest warrant was served to Charles Capone, 51, in relation with the disappearance of his estranged wife.
Court documents stated that Capone murdered Anderson with the help of David Christopher Stone, 49. Authorities arrested Stone Wednesday. Stone and Capone both faced a judge in Latah County the same afternoon.
Anderson vanished in April 16th, 2010 as the couple was preparing to divorce. Her children said their pleased with the arrest by expected more.
"I want him charged federally, but I'm happy to see him charged by somebody and that he's being detained," said Anderson’s daughter Amber Griswold.
Both men return to court Thursday at 9:00 a.m. according to the prosecutor.
Capone has been in custody in Clarkston since October 2012. He previously served time for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Capone was convicted in September 2010. He also served time in 1998 for burglary and aggravated assault. Court documents showed Capone also was convicted of bank larceny and attempted armed robbery.