Angela Stoldt told officials she took a hacksaw to her neighbor’s body last year and tried to cook away evidence of James Sheaffer.
One leg went in the oven. Other parts went into pots.
Stoldt’s house in Deltona smelled of burning flesh, but she assured her daughter it was just a rat broiling in the oven, according to details made public last week after a grand jury charged her with first-degree murder.
“Thursday is when I was cooking him,” Stoldt told investigators. “Friday is when I was dumping him.”
The 42-year-old Deltona woman is accused of killing Sheaffer, 36, a limousine driver, in April 2013.