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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You will be likely to rely on your gut instincts today. Listen to your intuition and walk away from groups or activities that go against who you are. Let your unique flag fly and wave it with pride. When problems arise, listen to the voice inside to find your way, but don’t over-think it. Stay true to yourself, Aries, and you’ll find your path much more to your liking.

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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Missing Mother’s Remains Found in Shallow Grave

Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave
Missing Mother's Remains Found in Shallow Grave

(UnitedVoice.com) – A local warehouse worker discovered the body of a Pennsylvania woman who disappeared in early January in a shallow grave, ending hopes for her safe return. So far, police aren’t saying how Jennifer Brown died.

A friend last saw Brown, a 43-year-old mother of one, at her home in Limerick Township, Pennsylvania, on January 3. According to NBC, her business partner, Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson, was the last to see her when he picked up her 8-year-old son Noah for a sleepover around 2 p.m. that afternoon. Watts-Richardson said Brown didn’t call that night and failed to pick up Noah from the bus stop when he sent him home the next day. The behavior baffled friends and neighbors, who described Brown as “a helicopter parent” with a very strong bond with her son. They said he was “the love of her life.”

Brown’s car, containing her wallet, keys, and work cell phone, remained parked outside her home. Her personal phone is missing; she hadn’t used it since January 4. Police, friends, and family searched for the next two weeks, offering a $10,000 reward for information that led to finding her, but they found no trace. Then, on January 18, a worker at a warehouse in Royersford, less than two miles from Brown’s home, was taking a smoke break behind the building when he discovered a body. Police found the corpse wrapped in a plastic sheet and partially buried in a shallow grave and quickly confirmed the remains were Brown’s.

The fact that someone wrapped and buried Brown’s body makes it likely that someone murdered her, but police haven’t yet confirmed a cause of death or made any arrests. Watts-Richardson has preemptively protested his innocence, saying, “I have nothing to do with anything … Just because I’m the last person to see her, that does not mean anything.”

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