Stepfather of Jayden Glomb facing six additional charges

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Joshua Lelevier is facing six additional charges after appearing in video court Friday.

According to the Pima County Jail, Lelevier's charges include two counts of unlawful recording of a person, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, and two counts of voyeurism. His bond has also been increased from $500,000 to $1 million.

Lelevier's next court appearance is scheduled for July 11.

On May 11, Jayden was reported missing hours before her body was located near Mary Ann Cleveland Way and Steve Street, just north of Cienega High School.

According to Sgt. Peter Dugan with TPD, a worker was leaving a new housing development when he saw what he thought was a body in the bushes.

The worker got out of his car, confirmed it was a body and called the police.

On May 31, Tucson Police arrested Lelevier. He was booked on counts of first-degree murder and abandoning or concealing a body. 

According to reports, Glomb's death has been confirmed as asphyxiation. She had abrasions on her neck, hemorrhages, as well as minor abrasion and contusions on her head, torso, and extremities.

 

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