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Suspect confessed to killing the woman last seen in 2003, after the remains were found in a Philadelphia storage: DA DA DA DA DA

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A Pennsylvania man was arrested after human remains were found in a Philadelphia storage facility, has confessed to the murder of a woman last seen in 2003, and the local district attorney’s office said on Wednesday.

Jade Babcock, 49, has been charged with abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice. Murder charges are expected to follow after Babcock allegedly been known to kill the then-37-year-old Brenda Jacobs.

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Jacobs, a mother of two young children, had not been seen since 2003, but was not reported missing by her family, up to and including 2013. Have a tip led to the Pennsylvania state troopers to the store in the north-East of Philadelphia, after Babcock allegedly bragged about being locked in the remains of an ex-lover, according to KYW-TV.

Jacobs’ remains were found Monday at the plant, about 175 miles from where she was last seen near her home in Montoursville. Babcock was arrested the following day and was ordered held without bail.

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“If there is no quick fix for an investigation of the offenders do come to believe that they will be able to get away with murder,” the Philadelphia district Attorney Larry Krasner said in a statement. “With the help of our State-of-the-Police, and that is not the case with Jade Babcock. Can those of you who have been missing and mourning, Brenda Jacobs, for years, to know what peace and quiet in the very near future.”

A status hearing in the case is set for Oct. 18.

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