Detectives Continue Investigation Of Titusville Murder

By  //  December 20, 2012


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One Suspect Now In Brevard County Jail

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Homicide detectives are continuing to investigate the murder of a 62-year-old Titusville man whose remains were found by officers Dec. 12.

Amanda Lee Blair of Mims, 24, has been arrested and charged with second degree murder in the death of Benjamin Wojenski of Titusville. Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances of Wojenski’s death. (Image courtesy of Brevard County Sheriff’s Department)

Lt. Cleyton Bray of the Titusville Police Department said the murder of Benjamin Wojenski remains an open case, although one suspect was arrested and transferred earlier this week to the Brevard County Jail from Flagler County.

Police arrested Amanda Lee Blair of Mims, 24, on Dec. 13 after finding the body of Wojenski at his home at 2525 Cherrywood Lane in Titusville.

A friend had requested a wellness check on Wojenski when he  had not heard from him for a few days.

Upon entering Wojenski’s home, police found he had been murdered.

Blair was captured while driving Wojenksi’s white 2001 Chevrolet Corvette in Flagler County and has been charged with second degree murder and grand theft related to Wojenski’s death.

The after Benjamin Wojenski was found murdered in Titusville, Amanda Lee BAlir of Mims was arrested while driving Wojenski’s 2001 Chevrolet Corvette in Flagler County. (Image courtesy of Titusville Police Department)

She has an extensive criminal record including convictions for forgery, petty theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of amphetamines, possession of cocaine and grand theft.

“While the investigation has moved forward we are methodically getting a better picture of what took place and the circumstances surrounding it,” Bray said. “Public information has been, and remains, invaluable to us.”

He said the Investigation continues and persons of interest are still being sought.

“Titusville Police believe that there still exist people who likely have information regarding this crime and have yet to come forward or possibly realize their information is valuable,” Bray said.

Anyone with information about the murder of Benjamin Wojenski is asked to call the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800 or through anonymous tips to CRIMELINE at 407-423-TIPS. (8477). 


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