Chambers was burned alive on a rural Panola County road in December 2014.
A murder indictment has been handed down for the burning death of 19-year-old teenager Jessica Chambers. Her mother, Lisa Chambers, replied by text message: "I will only speak after the news conference".
She was suffering from burns that scorched her entire body after someone set her vehicle ablaze during the horrific December 8, 2014 incident.
We can confirm Tellis has been charged as a fugitive from justice from Panola County, Mississippi.
Quinton Tellis, 27, was indicted on capital murder charges while he sat in a Louisiana jail. Fox News is reporting that Tellis is now in custody at the Ouachita Parish Jail in Monroe, Louisiana for charges in connection with the death of a University of Louisiana exchange student.
The police report says Tellis used a Chase Bank debit card belonging to Hsiao about 11 p.m. August 7. During that investigation, he was identified as possibly being connected to a murder in Mississippi.
Chief Holmes says a news conference will be held Wednesday in Monroe in regards to Tellis and will have an update on where the Hsiao case stands now. He was released on probation in October 2014 and absconded supervision in August. The Clarion-Ledger reported that the two allegedly had a relationship before Chambers was killed.
"All these months we've wondered, did you do it?" Ben said. "It's just been turmoil".
A source close to Jessica told WREG she and Tellis dated on and off again.
Chambers was back in Courtland around 6:30 p.m., he said. "In a close-knit community like this, I thought people who knew would come forward quicker".
District Attorney John Champion said investigators have determined Chambers was mostly at home up until about 5 p.m. the day of the murder.
Tellis is believed to have been the last person with Chambers the night she was killed.