Who is Rebecca Fellows? Missing Found Dead: Biography, Wiki, Age
North Carolina officials announced Thursday that the remains of Rebecca Fellows who disappeared months ago have been found.
WRAL reports that 40-year-old Rebecca Fellows disappeared from the Hope Mills area on July 8. He was last seen at midnight near the 3700 block of Legion Road and rode a dark gray 2008 Dodge Challenger. When Fellows could not take their children the next morning, family members turned to the police.
On Thursday, police arrested Beverly Ann Harris, 36, and Miguel Angel Navarro, 33, in connection with the case. Both have been charged with murder, rape, conspiracy and kidnapping.
Rebecca Michelle Fellows has been missing since July 9.https://t.co/lN0O4jbltM
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Although the remains have not been formally identified, researchers strongly believe they have found Fellows, also known as Rebecca Garcia-James.
The Fayetteville Observer reported that the remains were found in Benson on a rural road outside Interstate 40. Hope Mills Police Chief Joel Acciardo did not say what drove them to the area. It is also unclear if the victim knew the suspects.
“This is not the result we want, but it is a result that brings this closure,” Acciardo said. “Obviously, the result everyone wanted was to find the Fellows alive somewhere.”
The investigation continues. Anyone with information should contact Detective Josh Hamilton at (910) 429-3385. You can also contact the State Bureau of Investigation at (800) 334-3000 or at Fayetteville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers (910) 483-TIPS (8477).
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