Murder mystery of missing 3-year-old girl
July 20, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Officials reported on Wednesday details of a murder of a 3-year-old North Carolina girl that was found in a creek last December. Several days before the murder she was reported missing by her mother. The body was wrapped inside three plastic trash bags and a zippered couch cushion cover weighted down by a chunk of cement tucked inside. According to police, the girl was killed by chloroform poisoning.
Girl’s mother said she had vanished after she had put her to bed. The woman also told the police that ‘her live-in boyfriend [Adolphus Earl Kimrey II] checked on the toddler again when she woke up and told her to go back to sleep. Woods went to check on her the following morning, but alerted authorities at around 6 a.m. when she couldn’t find her.’
Kimrey, the boyfriend of the girl’s mother, is suspected in committing this crime. According to his arrest warrant then, he is accused of taking the girl’s body from the scene of her death and ‘knowing that Mariah Woods died from unnatural causes, the defendant acted with deceit and intent to defraud.’ But Kimrey has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges that include, first of all, the murder of the girl. Despite his statement, prosecutors have said they will seek the death penalty against him.
The horrible murder of a 3-year-old girl became a real grief not only for her family but also to all citizens of North Carolina. After months of investigation, the justice finally can be served. Today Kimrey has faced serious accusations and can lose the most important thing that he has – his life.
So it is very important to find out if the main suspect is really guilty because of the consequences of his punishment can be irrevocable. The use of the death punishment should be the most reasonable and indisputable. That is why the law enforcement agencies should use only the most effective and accurate methods during the investigation.
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