From the link: Devon Trent Hall, 27, is charged with murder and abuse of a corpse, according to Tuscaloosa County Jail records. Hall has been held in the Jefferson County Jail since July 19 on drug charges. Tuscaloosa County authorities obtained the felony charges against him Monday and are awaiting his extradition. Watkins body was discovered early Monday about 30 feet down in an abandoned well. It took investigators more than 12 hours to excavate the well and recover her body. Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit Lt. Jack Kennedy said it was a brutal scene. While he and other lawmen are no strangers to discarded homicide victims, he said most are done in moments of panic without forethought and planning. That wasn’t the case with Watkins. "Her body was not discarded in a hasty fashion,'' Kennedy said. “It took planning and it took more than person.” Authorities have not yet released a motive in Watkins’ slaying, nor have they said how she was killed. Already charged in Watkins’ death are Kendal Tyler Battles, 29, and Joseph Brandon Nevels, 20. They, too, are charged with murder and abuse of corpse. The investigation is ongoing, and more arrests are possible.