Police say Glaze played a role in the disposal of her body and has been charged with tampering with evidence, concealment of a dead body and arson.
Another suspect named is Glaze’s brother, Donell Anderson, who was Roberson’s husband at the time of her death. He has been charged with her murder and has since been detained. He was also denied bond.
The victim was last seen at her mother’s house where she was having dinner on July 16. According to a FOX 5 Atlanta report, she left the home at around 5:30 PM and headed home with two of her four children. The other two stayed overnight with their grandmother.
Her last known whereabouts were on a street called Plantation Boulevard, where she was driving her white Mazda SUV.
The following day, Clarine Andujar-White, the victim’s mother, went to her daughter’s home after not hearing from her. When she found the victim wasn’t home, she filed a missing persons report.
Nearly a week later, Roberson’s car was found torched in a wooded area on Camp Creek Parkway near Union Road in Atlanta.
After about a month, Roberson’s remains were found by cadaver dogs. Prior to her discovery, police had been looking for her for more than 400 hours.
Authorities did not reveal where her body was discovered.
At a press conference, Rockdale County Sheriff Eric Levett said he believes her husband, Anderson, was responsible.
He further shared that blood was found in Roberson’s home and Anderson was later arrested at an Atlanta apartment.
“I promised them that I was going to find Imani and find out who had done something to Imani, and that today we have done,” Levett said.
“Today is a very difficult day for our family,” Andujar-White said.
“It’s not the news that we wanted, but I’m happy that we can hold them accountable,” her father Ronald Acklin said. “This is the third child I’ve lost to the state of Georgia. I’ve seen all I can see. Three of my babies gone.”