The remains of a Pennsylvania mom who has been missing for over two weeks after she failed to pick up her son from his bus stop have been found wrapped in plastic in a shallow grave.
The Missing Pennsylvania Mom
Jennifer Brown, 43, of Limerick Township, was discovered late Wednesday, after a bystander called officials to report they had found a body on a business property on the 200 block of 5th Avenue in Royersford Borough, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. When deputies arrived on the scene and the victim was positively identified as Brown who was been reported missing for over two weeks. The bystander was an industrial facility worker while smoking outside he notice that Brown was reportedly partially buried in a shallow grave.
Moreover, authorities have not announced any arrests or probable cause of death.
Brown Last Appearance
Brown was last seen on January 3 at around 2 pm with her friend and business partner Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson. Moreover, Watts-Richardson told NBC10 that he took her son to his house for a sleepover that night. “I put Noah on the bus the next day,” he said to the outlet.
However, the next day Brown reportedly scheduled to pick up her son but never showed up to pick Noah up at the bus stop. Brown’s car, keys, wallet, and work cellphone were found all in her car outside her home on Stratford Court, officials said. But her personal phone remains missing and has even not been used since the morning of January 4.