Community still grieves for Fleming Island woman 1 year after her murder

For Clay Today
Posted 10/28/20

FLEMING ISLAND – Halloween decorations cover the entrance to Susan Mauldin’s house on Harbor Island Drive. In fact, they’ve been there for more than a year. Other than a poster that reads: …

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Community still grieves for Fleming Island woman 1 year after her murder

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FLEMING ISLAND – Halloween decorations cover the entrance to Susan Mauldin’s house on Harbor Island Drive. In fact, they’ve been there for more than a year. Other than a poster that reads: “FLY HIGH WITH THE ANGELS SUSAN” and several strips of evidence tape that seals what Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies believe is a crime scene, little else has changed at Mauldin’s house. Local handyman Corey Louis Binderin was charged with her murder after she demanded a refund for remodeling job that wasn’t completed to one of her bathrooms. Deputies said Mauldin was taken to the Rosemary Hill Waste Management Transfer Facility in Clay County, then transferred to the Chesser Island Landfill in Folkston, Georgia. Her body eventually was discovered three months following her disappearance.

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