2 Bodies Found in Florida Mobile Home Park; Neighbor Named as Potential Suspect

SOUTH DAYTONA, Fla.  -- Relatives are waiting for news if a second body unearthed from a Volusia County neighborhood is that of a missing 78-year-old woman.

The first body was found Aug. 25 in woods at Daytona Twin Oaks Mobile Home Park. Police identified the body as 67-year-old Arthur Sheldon.

South Daytona police say cadaver dogs led investigators on Friday to a spot about 25 feet from where Sheldon's body was found and the second body was dug up. Family members fear it could be Goldie Robinson.

The medical examiner will conduct an autopsy on Tuesday.

Police have named 44-year-old Kimberly Smith a person of interest in both cases. She lived across the street from where the bodies were found. She's being held in the Orange County Jail on an unrelated violation-of-probation conviction.