In an arrest warrant for Cynthia Wheeler, secured Thursday, Cobb police state that she was in Moore’s home after his death.
“The accused did assist her cousin Johnathan Wheeler with cleaning up evidence at a homicide crime scene,” the warrant states. “The accused did also assist her cousin with trashing the victim’s house and the removal of the victim’s property from the house in an effort to stage the house to look like a robbery had occurred.”
Moore’s flat-screen television, computer, safe and the keys to his Jeep Grand Cherokee were missing from the home, according to police. Investigators believe the cousins removed the items from the home.
Jonathan Wheeler, who has a prior felony conviction, spent nearly nine years in state prison following a conviction for armed robbery, aggravated assault and attempted armed robbery, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. It was not known whether his cousin has a prior criminal history.
Moore, an Ohio native, worked for Disney Vacations and was a co-owner of a Woodstock bakery, according to his online obituary. Police have not released a motive in the killing.