Student was killed after she sent a text message to her father saying that her ex-boyfriend was following her phone
Father of murdered student in Georgia says her ex-boyfriend followed her phone before she went missing because he is accused of killing her
- Christopher Gunn had called the police missing the day before Anitra Gunn on February 15 to ask the police to carry out a wellness check
- He said that DeMarcus Little, the woman’s ex-boyfriend, had followed the location of her phone, but explained that he wasn’t sure how
- Anitra’s body was found Tuesday in Crawford County, Georgia
- Student friend DeMarcus Little, also 23 years old, was arrested for puncturing the tires on her car and smashing windows in her apartment
- He has since been accused of malicious murder of Anitra Gunn’s death after being convicted of murder
The father of a 23-year-old student who was found dead in Georgia, told the police that the girl’s ex-boyfriend could have found her location using her phone location.
Christopher Gunn had called the police the day before Anitra Gunn went missing on February 15 and asked the police to carry out a wellness check on the student of the Fort Valley State.
He said that DeMarcus Little, the woman’s ex-boyfriend, had followed the location of her phone, but explained that he wasn’t sure how, WMAZ reports.
Christopher Gunn had called the police the day before Anitra Gunn went missing on February 15 and asked the police to carry out a wellness check on the student of the Fort Valley State
He said that DeMarcus Little, the woman’s ex-boyfriend, had followed the location of her phone, but explained that he wasn’t sure how. At the death of Anitra, few were charged with murder
Christopher Gunn also shared the latest text messages he had exchanged with his daughter, with Anitra telling her father that she was leaving town with a new man she had met.
She later told her father that she had changed her mind and focused on herself instead.
Since then, few have been charged with murder in connection with the death of the woman after a murder was committed.
The body of Anitra was discovered Tuesday by police near the border of Crawford County and Peach County, confirms special agent JT Ricketson, according to WMAZ.
WMAZ initially did not arrest much on Tuesday for an attack on her apartment.
He was accused of smashing the windows at Gunn’s house and smashed the tires on her car on February 5 – nine days before they disappeared, the Fort Valley police said.
Gunn’s body was found Tuesday in Crawford County, Georgia
Gunn’s body was found partially covered on Tuesday afternoon near Greer Road “as if someone was trying to hide it – as well as a piece of car –
County Sheriff Terry Deese said in a press conference on Tuesday night that Little had been interviewed by the police three times. His car was also said to have been towed before his arrest.
Deese said he would not release more information about the friend’s interviews.
The body of Anitra was found to be partially covered near Greer Road “as if someone was trying to hide it” – as well as a piece of car – on Tuesday afternoon, Deese said.
She was reportedly last seen in the morning of February 14 on Chestnut Hill Road in Fort Valley at her boyfriend’s house.
The concerned family of the student contacted the police the next day and her Chevy Cruze car was found with the bumper missing in the city limits of Fort Valley.
The body was found near a front bumper, which delegates think belongs to Anitra’s car.
Gunn’s Chevy Cruze was found with the bumper missing in the city limits of Fort Valley
A desperate search was started for missing Gunn after she disappeared four days ago. Her father said it was unusual that she had no contact
Her father said he called her on the morning of February 14 and wished her a happy Valentine’s Day. Friends and family who called her later said they didn’t answer.
A desperate search was launched and her father Christopher Gunn had expressed fears about her fate when he told it WGXA that his daughter’s lack of contact was unusual. He said the family “always talked to her, always checked her out.”
“My mind just races 100 miles per hour. As a father, it hurts that I can’t do much, “he said.
The instance is sent to the GBI Crime Lab for identification.
Drones had swam the area with drones