Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Missing mom Jennifer Brown found dead in Montgomery County, officials say – NECN

A Montgomery County woman has been missing for more than two weeks. Officials said he was found dead on Wednesday.

Skyforce 10 was on the scene Wednesday afternoon when police searched a wooded area behind a warehouse in the 200 block of North 5th Street in Royersford. NBC10’s sources tell NBC10 that the search was conducted in connection with the disappearance of 43-year-old Jennifer Brown.

During an evening press conference, officials revealed that Brown had been found dead and partially buried in a shallow grave in Royersford. Authorities have not made any arrests or released a cause of death. They are still investigating.

Brown, of Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, was last seen alive by his friend and business associate Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson on Tuesday, January 3 at 2 p.m.

Watts-Richardson told NBC10 on Jan. 2. 3 said she was with Brown and brought her 8-year-old son home to spend the night.

Watts-Richardson said, “I put Noah on the bus the next day.”

Watts-Richardson told NBC10 that Brown never called her that night to speak to her or her son.

Brown had planned to pick up her son at the bus stop on the afternoon of January 4, but did not show up.

“She’s affectionate, I call her a helicopter mom. She loves her son. She won’t leave her son,” Brown’s best friend, Tiffany Barron, told NBC10.

Police are searching for a Montgomery County mother who has been missing for several days. NBC10’s Aaron Baskerville has the latest on the investigation.

Watts-Richardson, Jan. He said he did not know what had happened to Brown since the morning of January 3–4.

Watts-Richardson said, “I had nothing to do with anything.” “Because I was the last person to see him, it doesn’t mean anything.”

Watts-Richardson told NBC10 that she and Brown were planning to open a new restaurant together.

Watts-Richardson said, “It feels like I’ve been stabbed.” “It’s frustrating because I was the first one to call the police, trying to kick in the windows. Trying to find my friend. Trying to make sure your son is covered.” Is.

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Brown’s vehicle was parked outside his home in Stratford Court, where his body was eventually found. Her car keys, wallet, purse and working cell phone were recovered from the car. His personal cell phone has not been found nor has he been contacted since the morning of January 4.

Police officers, sanitation workers and a sniffer dog were seen searching a landfill in hopes of finding new information on the whereabouts of Jennifer Brown, the Montgomery County mother who went missing on January 4. NBC10’s Deanna Durante has the latest on the investigation.

Brown’s family initially offered a $10,000 reward to anyone who helped find him. Last week, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele announced a reward of up to $15,000.

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