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Marquisha Williams’ body found by Illinois State Police

A news release from the St. Louis County Police Department says Williams was found Thursday by Illinois State Police.

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Illinois State Police have found the body of a St. Louis County woman who went missing last week and days after her ex-boyfriend was accused of his murder.

A news release from the St. Louis County Police Department says Marquisha Williams was found by Illinois State Police on Thursday. Family members told 5 On Your Side his body was found in northern Illinois, near Chicago.

Before her body was found Thursday, Williams was last seen a week ago in north St. Louis with her ex-boyfriend Trenton Ivy. Ivy was found and arrested in Wisconsin over the weekend. Wisconsin police said he was driving Williams’ car.

Detectives searched the vehicle after Ivy’s arrest. They allegedly found blood and biological material, as well as items belonging to Williams, inside the vehicle.

Ivy told Wisconsin detectives that he killed Williams in St. Louis during a physical altercation, police said. Ivy then disposed of his body in an unknown location.

In the days before and after Ivy’s arrest, family members searched the St. Louis area for Williams.

Hours before the news, family members and friends searched parts of St. Louis Thursday morning.

His father-in-law told 5 On Your Side: “Saint Louis needs closure, there are a lot of people who have others missing and need closure. They need hope that there is people willing to do it. It’s not just us, but St. Louis needs to turn the page.”

The St. Louis County Police Department said other agencies assisting in the search included the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Sangamon, the City of Staunton Police Department, the Macoupin County Sheriff’s Office and the Racine, Wisconsin Police Department.

As of Wednesday, St. Louis County police were still working to bring Ivy back to St. Louis County from Wisconsin. He will have an extradition hearing in Wisconsin at 9:45 a.m. on Jan. 5, 2024, according to court records.

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