Newly released documents track the day-to-day movements of a Minnesota woman who is accused of killing her husband and a woman she later met in Florida.

About 2,600 pages of documents were released Monday by the Lee County State Attorney’s office, which has charged Lois Riess with first-degree murder in the death of Pamela Hutchinson, who was found shot April 9. Riess is also accused of killing her husband in Minnesota. Charges there are pending.

According to the documents, Riess used the name “Stormy Liberty” on her cellphone account. She also visited a Minnesota acquaintance with a winter home in Fort Myers, standing in the woman’s driveway and staring at the woman’s vehicle. She rushed off when Koster confronted her.

Records show Riess befriended another woman in Texas prior to her arrest there.