A young lady from Vicksburg was brutally murdered in Milwaukee.

Sade Robinson was taking classes at Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee.

On Monday, April 1, Robinson was at an area restaurant called the Twisted Fisherman. There she met Maxwell Anderson for dinner and they left the location together about an hour later. They ended up at Anderson’s residence. Around 2 or 3 a.m. a tracking device showed Robinson at an area park. A few hours later Robinson’s Honda Civic was found, torched. Video footage shows Anderson leaving the scene and getting onto a local bus at about the same time. Around 5:30 that afternoon authorities found a severed leg at that same park.

On April 4, Anderson was pulled over for a traffic stop and arrested. He had the clothes he was wearing when he torched the car in his personal vehicle. A search warrant was executed at his residence and blood was found on bedding and on one of the walls leading to the basement. Several gasoline cans were also found.

 On April 6, a human foot was discovered near 31st and Galena that had pink nail polish matching Robinson’s.

33-year-old Maxwell Anderson has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, and arson of property other than a building.

A Life360 app put Robinson’s location at Anderson’s residence and in the area of Warnimont Park where a discovery was made.

Anderson has prior convictions for two DUIs and domestic violence.