• Woman accused of killing Titusville man, stealing Corvette


    TITUSVILLE, Fla. - Police arrested a woman Thursday on charges of killing a Titusville man who was found dead inside his home earlier this week.

    Amanda Blair, 24, is accused of killing Benjamin Wojenski, 62, and investigators said they used the victim's stolen Corvette to track her down.

    Police said the car, and Blair, were found in Flagler County.

    Titusville police told WFTV Blair made statements Friday supporting charges of grand theft and second-degree murder.

    Although recently separated, Kyle Sue Wojenski was married to Benjamin Wojenski for more than five years.  They were a couple for much longer and had talked about reconciliation, but Kyle Sue said she knew Benjamin was dating.

    “It was extremely confusing what, how, what could have happened,” said Kyle Sue Wojenski. “I didn't understand it. I was sick to my stomach. It was an aching that wouldn't go away. I didn't know how someone could be in his house and do that.”

    Investigators wouldn't go into details, but said Blair and Wojenski had some sort of relationship and she was at his home.

    "I'm happy there's an arrest. Very happy. It's kind of scary," said neighbor Gwen Catalano.

    Residents on Cherrywood Lane said they're relieved police made an arrest in the death of their neighbor.

    Titusville detectives were on their way to Flagler County Thursday night, where Blair was being held.

    Police found Wojenski dead inside his home Wednesday after co-workers became concerned when he didn't come in to work.

    Neighbors said they haven't seen Blair at the house before.

    "She doesn't seem familiar from being over there?" asked WFTV reporter Renee Stoll.

    "No," replied neighbor Mary Foster. "No, she doesn't look familiar."

    According to reports, deputies in Flagler County arrested Blair because she was driving on a suspended license.

    Wojenski's car was brought back to the Titusville police station and was being processed for evidence Thursday night.

    Police said that the killing may involve another person and that Wojenski was their target.

    Police said they will be processing the scene at the victim's house Friday to make sure they didn't miss any evidence that could point to a second suspect.

    Blair has been charged with grand theft and second-degree murder in connection to the case.

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