A St. Louis woman is in big trouble after officials found her diary.
Joni Janis has been charged with abandoning a corpse after police say she kept a detailed account of how she and two others moved a dead woman from Janis' home.
The diary explains how the three suspects put the body of the dead woman in a car and left it on the side of the highway.
Janis was arrested on Tuesday (June 5).
STL Today writes, "Court documents say the diary was found Monday when officers searched the home of Joni R. Janis in the 8000 block of Morganford Road. The officers got a court order for the search after several witnesses reported that they had last seen the dead woman at Janis' home, the court documents say. The address is on the far southern edge of the city, near Weber Road."
The dead woman is a 26-year-old from Waterloo, Missouri named Kierstin Whitcher. Her date of death is listed as February 27, 2017.
Janis admits in her diary entry that "everything came crashing down" around her "the night of Mardi Gras Saturday night."
Over a year ago.
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