Three-year-old girl who disappeared from his own bedroom, was found dead

Three-year-old girl who disappeared from his own bedroom, was found dead

Story about missing a week ago, three-year-old from Jacksonville, North Carolina, unfortunately, ended tragically.

The child’s body was found in a pond on the territory of Pender County. As reported Сharlotte Оbserver, the remains were sent for forensic examination to confirm identity and determine the cause of death, but the local Sheriff has already said almost exactly that – Mariah woods, and she died a violent death.

Three-year-old girl who disappeared from his own bedroom, was found dead

A few days after her disappearance, officials of the FBI investigated the incident as «murder».

«It’s too painful to talk about it. We were all hoping for the best,» said Sheriff Hans J. Miller.

In addition, the police and the FBI arrested 32-year-old Earl of Kimri, a boyfriend of the mother of the girl, who lived in the same house with her. He is charged with concealment of a death, concealment of the body of a child and burglary, but murder charges have not yet been nominated. Officials have also not said what led them to speculate that girls are no longer alive.

Kimri previously was detained for theft, assault and disorderly conduct. The court ruled to keep him under arrest and appointed a security Deposit of 1.1 million dollars. The next hearing will be held on December 18.

Bond remains $1.01 million for Earl Kimrey. Next court date set for Dec. 18. #MariahWoods pic.twitter.com/ly2z50sCm1

— Bob Bonner (@BobBonnerWECT) December 4, 2017

Recall that a three year old Mariah woods, according to her mother, went missing last Sunday after he went to bed.

The girl’s father, who is with his ex-wife in the conflict, criticized her version of events. «Someone just came and grabbed the child from the bed, and she didn’t cry, didn’t scream?!», — the man said in an interview with WCTI-TV. «Nobody heard anything?».

Residents of Jacksonville are home Mariah candles, flowers and toys.

People from all over have been invested in #MariahWoods’ case all week. Now, they’re remembering the angel they never met. See the story later on @wcti12 pic.twitter.com/CTvHNBx7Jl

— Stephanie Brown WCTI (@StephanieC_B) December 4, 2017

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