Georgia Scordamaglia, David Weingard named persons of interest by police; One relative not surprised

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Port St. Lucie Police continued their search for Georgia Scordamaglia and her boyfriend David Weingard Friday.

Investigators say the couple are persons of interest in the homicide of Alisa Kerman Thursday.

Police said Friday that Kerman died of blunt force trauma to the head.

They say her sixteen-year-old guardian found her body in a bedroom.

"It is going to take a while to get over the initial shock. We're making sure she is taken care of and we have people she can talk to," Sgt. Frank Sabol with Port St. Lucie police said.

Police say the couple lived with the victim.

According to Scordamaglia's family, she was distant and didn't stay in contact with her parents.

"I think they think they are going to get away with it," Scordamaglia's stepfather Robert Gallozzi said.

Gallozzi says he hasn't seen Scordamaglia in over 2 years.

Asked if she is capable of murder Gallozzi said,  "I would like to think not. I didn't raise her like that. But I really don't know."

Scordamaglia's ex-husband says she is violent.

Asked if she seem capable of this Shane Scordamaglia said, "Unfortunately, yes. She is a pretty violent person when she gets angry."

Scordamaglia shares a seven-year-old daughter with his ex-wife.

"I don't know if she would run or try to hide somewhere near here," he said.

Police say guns are missing from the victim's home and they believe the persons of interest could have them.

They also say they could be traveling in the victim's red 2003 extended cab Chevy Silverado pickup.

If you see the truck or the persons of interest, call Port St. Lucie Police at 772-871-5230.

Meanwhile, family members say the US Marshals are involved in the search.

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