BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A Baker man was arrested on a murder charge in connection to the body found near the Baton Rouge fairgrounds last week.

Deputies found a body on Wednesday, Jan. 11 on Airline Highway near the fairgrounds. The body was identified by the coroner as Andromeda Kirkland-Walls. An autopsy found that she died of blunt-force trauma injuries to the head and neck.

According to an affidavit, Kirkland-Walls was killed, placed inside a 55-gallon barrel and set on fire. Officials said a wheelbarrow found near the body was swabbed for DNA.

A DNA match was found on Wednesday, Jan. 18 which matched Roderick Castle Jr., 24, of Baker, arrest documents said. Castle was arrested the following day on charges of second-degree murder and obstruction of justice.