A body discovered in a vacant Subway shop in the Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth, Georgia has been identified. The body had been found in an “advance state of decomposition,” according to Fox News.
The corpse has been identified as Silling A. Man, a 19-year-old Georgia State University sophomore. Man was a psychology major that had been enrolled for the Fall 2017 semester but had not yet registered for Spring classes.
Man had disappeared on October 8th, but had returned home shortly after police were notified. She went missing again two days later. She was last seen on November 20th, picking up a paycheck from a store at a different mall. Police say there was no official missing person’s report filed when she vanished.
The Gwinnett County Medical Examiner’s Office now says that Man had been dead for about two weeks before the body was discovered.
Reports about the discovery of the body indicate
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A woman is now facing murder charges after allegedly killing her husband, dismembering his body and living with the remains for over five months.
Marcia Eubank, 49, was arrested Saturday for allegedly shooting her 54-year-old husband Howard Eubank in the back and covered up the murder by lying to his employer and to their family. Meanwhile, she hid his body parts in the house, which she continued to inhabit as his remains deteriorated. Authorities have since tentatively confirmed the body parts found in the home belong to Howard Eubank.
“Due to the decomposition and condition of the body, this process will take additional time,” Gary Guenther, chief investigator for the Medical Examiner’s Office, told New York Post.
Howard Eubank was allegedly killed in June, but it wasn’t until December that the couple’s son called the police after discovering maggots and a foul smell inside the family home.
Marcia Eubank is now being
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A mother and her boyfriend were arrested in Arkansas on Tuesday after the woman’s 1-year-old son was found decomposing inside a Tupperware container.
According to WFTS, 21-year-old Tyler Hobbs called police dispatchers claiming that his girlfriend’s son fell down the stairs and started seizing. Hobbs claimed he performed CPR on the child unsuccessfully. He told police “it happened a few days ago,” and that he was scared and didn’t know what to do.
Police arrived to talk to Hobbs and the child’s mother, 21-year-old Maria Giron-Molina. There, authorities made a gruesome discovery in the couple’s bedroom. They found the boy’s decomposing body inside a plastic container located in a closet, covered with blankets.
Hobbs later admitted that the child was crying uncontrollably, giving Hobbs “a headache.” After the boy knocked a picture frame and lamp off a bedside table, Hobbs said he became enraged. He told police he covered the baby’s mouth
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A South Carolina mother stands accused of murder after she allegedly left her newborn infant to decompose in her apartment clothes hamper for more than a year, People reported.
Jamie Melissa Wilson, 41, was charged with homicide by child neglect on Friday, several days after the infant was first discovered by investigators trying to evict Wilson from her apartment.
Because of how badly the infant had decomposed, investigators have not determined the baby’s gender or how it died, but the child was reportedly a newborn at the time of death, according to the Laurens County Coroner. The body was found wrapped in a hoodie that was then placed in a trash bag inside a tote bag.
Wilson allegedly claimed to police that the baby stopped breathing after she gave birth, and so she hid the child’s body instead of taking it to the hospital.
“The landlord was coming down and she was
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