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Alabama Police arrest three in murder of young mom

July 19, 2017  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Alabama Police arrest three in murder of young mom

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Alabama authorities arrested three people for the murder of Jennifer Raven Nevin, a 23-year-old mother whose body was discovered on the side of the road on Monday.

According to WGMA, Tuscaloosa Police found the body of the 23-year-old near a methane gas well on a rural road on Monday afternoon.

Police officials said Nevin was last seen dropping off her 5-year-old son with her mother on Friday, AL.com.

Authorities on Tuesday arrested three people with Nevin’s murder including Koran Rashad Lewis, 23, Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall, 16, and Vida Milagros Confetti, 20.

Killed: Jennifer Raven Nevin, 23, was found dead on Monday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

“Some leads developed last night, and we worked on them all day today,” Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit Capt. Gary Hood said during a press conference,

“We interviewed multiple people, several witnesses and were able to develop a timeline and recreate the last days of Miss Nevin’s life,” Hood added.

Police booked Marshall and Lewis into the Tuscaloosa County Jail, where they remain held on $150,000 bond.

A judge has set a $100,000 bond for Confetti.

Police have yet to disclose Nevin’s cause of death and It remains unknown whether the suspects and victim knew each other.

Charged: (left to right) Koran Rashad Lewis, 23, Vida Milagros Confetti Duena, 20, and Kendrick Ky’Andre Marshall, 16 are charged with murder

“We’re still pursuing leads and looking for other subjects to interview; there are possibly others who could be charged as well,” Hood stated.

Family members said the young mother had substance abuse issues, but maintained her death was not an overdose.

“I want people to know that what happened to her wasn’t her fault. She had so much to give to society and to people,” Will Nevin, the brother of Jennifer Raven Nevin told AL.com.

“It’s just a shame she’s not going to have that chance. It’s a shame that her son is not going to see her again,” he added.

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