A young Folsom woman, who police say is a high-priced call girl, is set to be arraigned on a murder charge later today. The charges are tied to the drug-related death of a prominent alleged client.

Police in Santa Cruz are saying Alix Tichelman can be seen on surveillance video injecting 51-year-old Google executive Forrest Hayes with heroin.  

They tell a Bay Area TV station that Tichelman then watched him die before leaving his yacht in Santa Cruz last November.

"And at one point stepped over the body to grab a glass of wine and finish the glass of wine," Steve Clark with the Santa Cruz Police Department said. 

Police also suspected the 26-year-old Tichelman would go into hiding, so they lured her back to Santa Cruz by posing as a client willing to pay $1,000 for sex before making the arrest.  

She's still in the Santa Cruz County jail. Hayes was married with five children.