VINCE NEIL's Former Personal Trainer Arrested For Murder

Boston's WHDH-TV is reporing that professional bodybuilder Craig Titus — who helped MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil lose 20 pounds as part of VH1's "Remaking: Vince Neil" special — and his wife, Kelly Ryan, were arrested Friday (Dec. 23) in Massachusetts as fugitives in the slaying of a woman whose body was found two weeks ago in Ryan's burned-out luxury car abandoned off a remote desert highway.

Titus, 40, and Ryan, 33, were arrested by federal agents and local police at a grocery store parking lot in Stoughton, Mass., and were being held in nearby Canton, FBI spokeswoman Gail Marcinkiewicz said. The two towns are about 15 miles south of Boston.

Canton police received a tip that the couple were in the area, Chief Kenneth N. Berkowitz said. Their pickup truck was located and tailed to a shopping plaza in neighboring Stoughton, he said. Ryan was arrested while getting her nails done, while Titus was arrested in the parking lot sitting in the vehicle.

Titus had shaved his head while Ryan had dyed her hair a dark color.

Read the rest of the article at WHDH-TV. Watch a two-minute video report from WHDH-TV at this location (Windows Media).

"Remaking: Vince Neil" originally premiered in January 2005. Throughout the hour-long special Neil underwent a facelift, worked out with a personal trainer and most importantly, kicked his drinking habit. Following his physical transformation, Neil teamed up with some of the music industry's top producers to record a new single, "Promise Me", which was expected to surface on Neil's new solo album (which, at the time of this writing, has yet to be recorded).


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