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A South Carolina family received the tragic news that the body of Nevaeh Adams, and a 5-year-old girl missing since August, was a Friday, and dumped in a landfill.
The discovery of Sumter, S. C., more than two months after the child’s mother was found to be fatal, and is wrapped in a blanket, in her home.
“This is not a horror story, in every sense of the word,” Garryl Deas, an attorney for the family told the newspaper The State in Columbia.
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“This is not a horror story, in every sense of the word.”
— Garryl Deas, attorney at law, of which murder victims’ families
Authorities have confirmed that the girl’s death Tuesday. Her body was found during a massive search for the site that involved some 400 volunteers and a staff of more than 40 agencies of the state government, The State reported.
“This is not the result of any one of us would have liked,” Sumter police chief Russell refuses to confess, told FOX 46 out of Charlotte. “However, it is hoped that this may provide some closure for the family. We will continue with the 3rd Circuit in the Notary’s Office to refer the matter to the court.”
“This is not the result of any one of us would have liked. However, we hope that this can provide some closure for the family.”
Chief Russell refuses to confess, Sumter, S. C., police department
On Aug. 5 family members found the body of the mother of the little girl, Sharee Bradley. She had been stabbed in the head and neck, according to The State.
The police later arrested Daunte Johnson, 28, a transient, who had a relationship with the Father, and charged him with two murders.
Authorities say the suspect told them he had the child’s body in a dumpster.
Search the site began in September. 17, with the help of volunteers, with the aid of a small rake to dig up to 4 million tons of trash in the hopes of finding the child’s remains.
Finally, last Friday, they made a gruesome discovery.
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“I saw it with my own two eyes, it was truly life-changing,” Deas said.
Neveah was remembered by her father as a funny, energetic, and happy.
“It wasn’t a sad moment with her,” Dupray ” Adams told The State.
The discovery of Nevaeh’s body was announced on the same day, authorities in Alabama said they believed remaining in the first half and were 3-year-old Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney. Authorities say the two suspects will be charged in connection with the case.