//Stays of lacking Connecticut boy, 14, present in West Virginia shallow grave

Stays of lacking Connecticut boy, 14, present in West Virginia shallow grave

Stays unearthed from a shallow grave in West Virginia are believed these of a lacking 14-year-old boy certain for highschool in Connecticut.

Jonathan “Johnny” Adams had no cellphone or different digital machine with him when he disappeared July 12 in Augusta, W.Va., authorities stated.

His physique was present in Augusta Saturday morning, they stated.

“The remains were located in a heavily wooded area, near the location the victim was reported missing last Sunday morning,” the Hampshire County Sheriff’s Workplace stated with out saying how he died. “The area of the recovery was extremely difficult to access due to heavy underbrush.”

Jonathan “Johnny” Adams, 14, of West Hartford, Conn.

Jonathan “Johnny” Adams, 14, of West Hartford, Conn.
(Hampshire County Sheriff’s Workplace)

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Including to the thriller, sheriff officers additionally introduced {that a} 16-year-old relative of the boy was arrested on a housebreaking cost with out saying if that case was linked to Johnny’s.

In addition they stated investigators had developed a suspect within the dying of Adams with out saying who that particular person was or offering every other info.

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Family members of Johnny had been caring for him in West Virginia since March when faculties had been closed in Connecticut due to the coronavirus pandemic, in response to studies.

The boy’s aunt Beatrice Adams stated on Fb, “Why! Why! Why!

“Johnny is gone eternally, no extra Johnny,” she stated.

The household posted a $10,000 reward for info resulting in his whereabouts.

The boy would have been a freshman at Corridor Excessive College in West Hartford, Fox 61 Hartford reported.

“I and the entire West Hartford Public Schools family are devastated by the loss of one of our children,” stated district superintendent Tom Moore.

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He stated at King Philip Center College Johnny had been beloved “by those that had been lucky sufficient to get to know him.”