A Morrill man has been arrested and charged with murder in connection with the death of a woman Tuesday.

Dennis Edgecomb, 39, reportedly called 911 at around noon and told the dispatcher that he had just killed 42-year-old Pamela Green after the two had an argument at a residence on North Main Street.

Maine State Police Lt. Gary Wright, of the Criminal Investigation Division, said he could not comment on the connection between Edgecomb and Green, other than to say that they were both living at the residence where the crime occurred.

According to a press release from State Police, Waldo County Sheriff’s deputies and emergency medical services personnel responded to the scene and found Green dead at the residence. Edgecomb was still at the scene when authorities arrived.

Police report that detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding Green’s death. Wright declined to comment Tuesday night on how Green died. The press release stated that an autopsy is expected to be completed Wednesday to determine the cause of death.

Wednesday morning, a court official said Edgecomb is expected to make his initial appearance in Waldo County Superior Court at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Edgecomb is the second man from Waldo County to be charged with murder in the past month. Michael L. Littlefield, 48, of Brooks was charged with the shooting death of his 49-year-old wife, Debbie Littlefield, at their home June 25.

Littlefield, who was denied bail at a July 7 hearing, is scheduled to appear in court in August, when a grand jury will decide whether there is enough evidence to indict him.