By  //  December 13, 2012

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Suspect Caught Driving Victim's Car

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BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Police have arrested a suspect for the death of a 62-year-old Titusville man whose remains were found Wednesday by officers.

Amanda Lee Blair of Mims, 24, has been arrested in Flagler County on second degree murder charges in connection to the death of Benjamin Wojenski of Titusville, 62. (Image courtesy Titusviille Police Department)

Benjamin Wojenksi of 2525 Cherrywood Lane in Titusville was found dead at his residence by police after they received a request for a well-being check when he was not heard from by relatives.

Lt. Cleyton Brey of the Titusville Police Department said based upon information discovered through the course of an investigation, requests were made of Florida Law Enforcement agencies for assistance.

Brey said that the victim’s white 2001 Chervrolet Corvette was discovered by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday.

It was driven Amanda Lee Blair of Mims, 24, who was arrested by the Flagler County deputies on unrelated charges.

“Titusville detectives with great assistance from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office responded and received information from Blair,” Brey said.

Subsequently, a warrant was issued in Brevard County for the arrest of Blair for 2nd Degree Murder and Grand Theft.

Benjamin Wojenksi of Titusville, 62, was found dead at his residence by police on Wednesday. (Image courtesy Titusville Police Department)

She is currently being held at the Flagler County Jail and was arrested at 6 p.m. on the murder warrant from Brevard.

Blair, who lives at 443 Aurnatia Road in Mims, has an extensive criminal history.

Since 2004, she has convictions for forgery, petty theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of amphetamines, possession of cocaine and grand theft.

“The Titusville Police Department believes that there are people out there with information pertinent to this investigation,” Brey said. “The investigation remains ongoing.”

The Titusville Police Department requests that anyone with information about the death of Benjamin Wojenski call the Titusville Police Department at 321-264-7800. Callers also may provide anonymous tips to CRIMELINE at 407-423-TIPS (8477).