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Sister of Pontiac murder victim speaks out

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PONTIAC, Mich. (WJBK) -

The sister of a woman whose body was found in a Pontiac lake back in May is speaking out. A suspect has been arrested for the murder.

Click on the video player to watch Ron Savage's report.

Rosalind Lee, 32, of Pontiac a mother of three children was found dead May 26 in Terry Lake. The medical examiner says she was strangled and sexually assaulted. Her sister, Robin, has been haunted by the murder.

"It's still hard day to day to get by," says Robin Lane. "I just really miss my sister, I just wasn't ready to bury my sister."

Oakland County Sheriff's investigators say they have evidence linking a convicted drug dealing ex-con to the crime. Bobby Lee Taylor, 42, now faces charges for murder and criminal sexual conduct.

"I don't see how anyone can have so much hate and anger toward anyone," Lane said. "I don't know why he chose my sister. Who knows what was going through his mind. I just want to know why my sister."

Lane had just visited her sister the day before she was murdered. Investigators say Rosalind did not know Bobby Lee Taylor, they believe he simply saw her and suddenly decided to attacker her. Rosalind was raising her 3 children, a 13-year-old boy, a 6-year-old boy and a 9-month-old baby girl. The family is working on setting up a fund to help the children.

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