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Police have discovered a body close to shops, restaurants, and Heidi Broussard’s daughter was found alive and unharmed; Casey stegall reports from Dallas.
The police department in Austin, Texas, said Friday that they believe they have found the body of a 33-year-old Heidi Broussard and her 3-week-old daughter, Margot to be Her, alive and well.
Detective Brad Herries, told reporters that the baby is safe and sound and is currently in the care of Child Protective Services. Its appearance is similar to that of the baby, Margot, ‘said Herries, who added that he could not confirm the woman’s identity, and the early indications would have us believe that it is,” Heidi.”
The Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office is performing an autopsy to determine the woman’s identity and cause of death, and the authorities for the DNA results before making any further announcements, according to police.
Austin police chief Brian Manley, confirmed that one person has been arrested and charged with two counts of kidnapping, and one count of tampering with a dead body. Herries said, that the suspect is in custody and is being held on $600,000 bail. Police said more charges are possible. KTRK, citing the jail records, it was reported on Friday that the Kinsmen Rose Fieramusca, is being held in the Harris County Jail on those charges.
Broussard and the Results, were reported missing Dec. 12, after Broussard dropped to her Broussard’s 6-year-old son at Cowan Elementary school in Austin, texas. Police said Broussard, and the baby back to the house, where items are before they disappear.
Magen Rose Fieramusca was arrested in connection with the case of a missing Texas mother and her daughter. A body believed to be that of Heidi Broussard was found on Friday.
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Broussard’s fiancé, Shane, Carey, had called police on Dec. 12 after he was notified by his son’s school that Broussard never picked him up.
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Earlier this week, investigators said they had no reason to believe that the two of them were harmed in any way, but on Thursday night, various law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, responded to a Houston-area home, where a body, believed Broussard was found in the trunk of a car, KTRK reported, citing online records source.
When a baby is born, it was also found in the home, with “no obvious injuries or problems”, is a Cy-Fair Fire department spokesman, told KPRC. Police have been quoted as saying that the car in which the body was found was registered for the Fieramusca.
The researchers also said that the Fieramusca was planning to Broussard’s latest, which is pretending to be pregnant at the same time, as in the child’s best interests.
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“While we are grateful that it appears that we have safely recovered the baby Results in, we believe that Ms. Broussard has lost her life in this incident,” Manley said, noting that the department would have to go against our usual practice of taking questions, because of the active investigation.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs said, ” it was a terrible week in Austin, texas, but the fact that the authorities are “very, very grateful that we were able to repair the baby’s Results”
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“This recovery has been the result of dogged police work,” he said, including the Austin Police Department, Texas Rangers and the FBI.
“It’s really that partnership that we were able to recover the baby, which is one of the biggest things that I think we would have to do is to save a child,” Combs added.
Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran, contributed to this report.