Woman ID’d who was allegedly killed by man she met at Rainbow gathering

The woman who allegedly was killed by a man she met at the Rainbow Family gathering in North Georgia has been identified.

The victim in Saturday's homicide has been identified as 18-year-old Amber Robinson, originally from Florida, said John Thomas, spokesman for Elizabethtown, Ky., police.

“The victim was identified through dental records,” Thomas said in a statement, “and her next of kin have been notified.”

Police don’t know where Robinson lived most recently. 

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Joseph Bryan Capstraw, 20, of Jacksonville, Fla., is in custody in Elizabethtown in connection with Robinson’s death. He has been charged with murder.

Capstraw "blacked out" after an argument with the victim in Elizabethtown, according to The Associated Press. The next thing he recalled, the woman was "badly beaten" and his hands were injured, police said.

“We are still investigating the circumstances that led to the homicide,” Thomas said.

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