Sarah Parker, 24, admitted that she was aware of Kyle Logan's wife in the back of his vehicle while helping him get rid of the body on Sunday night.
A Louisiana man who is a soldier on active duty was intercepted after killing his wife and driving with the body Sunday night.
Logan Kyle, 22, allegedly confessed to killing his spouse after the police received a notice about the body in the trunk around 9.30 in the afternoon.
The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office (CPSO) found the man traveling down North Franklin Street in Lake Charles with another woman behind the wheel who is believed to be his girlfriend.
His two children were also in the vehicle as they moved to get rid of the dead woman.
Sarah Parker, 24, admitted that she was fully aware of the woman in the back of the vehicle she owns.
The name of the victim can not be revealed until Tuesday, as Army regulations require a period of 24 hours after notifying family members, said Fort Polk spokeswoman Kim Reichsling.
"The death of the family member is being investigated by special agents of the Criminal Investigation Command of the United States Army," Reischling told the Army Times. "No more information will be disclosed at this time to protect the integrity of the investigation."
Sheriff Tony Mancuso said during a press conference that Parker was helping him get rid of the body.
The police believe they met after he killed his partner and they were driving to find a place to leave the deceased woman.
"In many cases, we do not receive a call until the body is actually found," KATC-TV said. "In fact, we got this one before it was downloaded, which made it easier."
She was arrested and registered at Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with obstruction of justice for helping the killer.
Parker also faces a charge for not reporting a homicide. KLFY.com reports that your bail is still pending.
The mother of two, Parker, was arrested and registered at the Correctional Center of Calcasieu (pictured) and charged with obstruction of justice for helping the killer
The children of the mother of two children, one and two years old, were detained by the Department of Children and Family Services.
She may face more charges related to child cruelty for putting her young children in a dangerous position.
"What bothers us about that as officers of the law is that, when we come into contact, it would not be abnormal for us to draw our weapons in what we consider a felony detention," Mancuso continued. "If we had to shoot this car or they shot at us again or for some reason we could have hurt two innocent children."
The CID of the US Army UU He was notified of the incident and is being held at CPSO, where a homicide investigation will begin. Detective Keeba Barber of CPSO is leading the investigation.
"I think this is just the beginning of what we believe are weird events that took place in both Leesville and our parish," Mancuso added.