Missing mom’s dead body discovered in a shallow grave

The body of 43-year-old Jennifer Brown of Pennsylvania, who had been missing for two weeks, was found in a shallow grave. Her remains were wrapped in plastic in Royersford, about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

No arrests have been reported by the authorities and the cause of death is still unknown.

On the 3rd of January, friend and business associate Antonio “Blair” Watts-Richardson reported that he had last seen her at 2pm. He also said that he took her son Noah to his house for the night for a sleepover, bringing him to the bus stop the following day.

However, Brown never appeared at the designated bus stop to pick up her child. Once the authorities searched her home, her car keys, wallet, and work phone were found outside her residence on Stratford Court.

Her personal cell phone has not been recovered and has no records of usage since the early hours of January 4th, as reported by NBC10.

The remains of Brown were located in an industrial complex in Royersford. Her body was moved to the coroner’s office to undergo a post-mortem examination and determine her cause of death.

Brown’s closest companion, Tiffany Barron, told NBC10 that Brown was a caring mother. Barron said to the outlet, “I call her helicopter mom. She loves her son. She would never leave her son.”

Billy Jo Salkowski, a neighbor to Brown, expressed relief to WPVI-TV reporters that the missing mother was finally located. However, Slakowski hopes that the late mother will get the justice she deserves as the investigation continues to play out.