Phoenix, AZ (KPHO) — Friends said a murdered Arizona mother had traveled to Kentucky to support her children.
Amanda Webster, 26, was found dead in a Kentucky hotel room on Dec. 1.
Friends said Webster was in Kentucky working at an assembly plant.
They told Arizona’s Family the mother of three looked for work in Arizona, but there were no jobs.
Just a few weeks before her death, Webster and a life-long friend, Kaveena Dan, got matching friendship tattoos.
It was one of their last times together.
“(The tattoo) has taken on a whole new meaning in so many different ways,” Dan said. “It means a lot.”
Police said a man confessed to killing Webster.
A motive in the case still is not known.
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