A suspect accused of kidnapping and killing a Detroit nurse can also be concerned within the disappearance of his son’s mom, police mentioned.
Jamere Miller, 36, was arrested on Monday and accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend, 29-year-old Patrice Wilson after abducting her within the parking zone of the DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital round 7:40 a.m. Saturday morning.
Police mentioned Miller allegedly grabbed her from behind and compelled her right into a automobile earlier than dashing off. Wilson, a mom, was discovered shot to demise within the trunk of a automobile not removed from her residence later that afternoon.
Miller turned himself in together with his lawyer on Sunday after “feeling the strain of this investigation,” Detroit Police Chief James White mentioned, in line with Fox 2 Detroit.
His arrest is “loads to abdomen” for family members of his son’s mom, who mysteriously vanished greater than a decade in the past.
Bianca Green, who was a 24-year-old pregnant nursing scholar dwelling half-hour outdoors Detroit, in Romulus, Michigan, has not been seen alive since March 25, 2011, in line with Fox 2.
The two have a toddler collectively, Jamere Jr. When Green disappeared, Miller sat holding his son at a Crime Stoppers press convention.
He was questioned by investigators however by no means charged in Green’s disappearance. The case went chilly.
Detroit Police Chief White mentioned his division is working with Romulus Police to check notes on their investigations, the outlet reported.
“He is a violent individual. He has a big legal historical past and there’s a historical past of home violence related to that as properly,” Detroit Police Chief James White mentioned.
Miller has a prolonged rap sheet that features gun and drug expenses, assault, drunk driving and eluding police crimes.
His arrest has reopened wounds for Green’s household, who are actually questioning all the pieces about her disappearance.
“It’s loads to abdomen,” her uncle, Keith Green, instructed Fox 2.
“We all by no means gave up hope and we tried to offer Jamere the advantage of the doubt,” he added.
The household, he mentioned, at all times suspected foul play.
“She would have by no means left Jamere Jr., that was her Velcro. She would have by no means left her son,” her uncle mentioned.
Wilson’s demise has rocked the tight-knit Detroit nurse neighborhood.
Wilson’s mom, who works on the identical hospital as her daughter, demanded justice.
“It’s Mother’s Day, and she or he shouldn’t be right here to be together with her son. Her son can not maintain her and say ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ immediately. That bothers me,” Rosalind Livingston told Local 4.
She mentioned Wilson and Miller used so far, however Wilson broke issues off.
“She has been making an attempt to get away from him. She knew he was poisonous to her,” she mentioned.
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