Alabama police arrest three people in the murder of 23-year-old mom, Jennifer Nevin, including 16-year-old boy
Police arrest three arrested for murder of 23-year-old Alabama mother Jennifer Nevin, including 16-year-old boy
The body of Jennifer Raven Nevin was found near a gas well, July 19, in Tuscaloosa, AL
Koran Rashad Lewis, 23, Vida Milagros Confetti, 20, and 16-year-old Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall have been charged in Nevin’s murder
The mother-of-one has struggled with substance abuse and her family believe associating with “the wrong circle of friends” may contributed to her death
The body of Alabama mom Jennifer Raven Nevin was found in the bushes, in Tuscaloosa, AL., Monday. Police are investigating her death as a homicide
Koran Rashad Lewis, 23, Vida Milagros Confetti, 20, and teen Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall have been charged in her killing.
All three suspects have been jailed, and cops say additional arrests are possible. Authorities have not released details on how or why they believe Nevin was killed.
Koran Rashad Lewis and Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall about to be ￼transported by deputies after their arrest in Tuscaloosa on July 18, a day after Jennifer Nevin was found murdered new a methane gas well
20-year-old Vida Milagros Confetti is escorted in handcuffs after her arrest in connection with Jennifer Nevin’s murder on Tuesday
“We developed some leads last night, worked on them all day today,” Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit Capt. Gary Hood said Tuesday, according to the Tuscaloosa News. “We interviewed multiple people, several witnesses. We were able to develop a timeline and recreate the last days of Miss Nevin’s life.”
“On her good days, she was beautiful and creative,” Will Nevin told AL.com. “She had a thousand questions about everything. She was smart. But she had her not good days, and this weekend was a string of them.”
23-year-old Koran Rashad Lewis [left], Vida Milagros Confetti, 20. [center], and Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall, 16, have been charged in Nevin’s death
Will Nevin told the news website that his sister “had so much to give to society and to people.”
“It’s just a shame she’s not going to have that chance,” he told AL.com. “It’s a shame that her son is not going to see her again.”
He said his sister had struggled with substance abuse for many years, and believes her death was related to the people with whom she was associating.
“She had just developed the wrong circle of friends, the types of friends who weren’t looking to take care of or look out for her,” Will Nevin said Monday. “We tried. We tried so hard, and it wasn’t enough.”
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