Three Arrested in Connection to Georgia Woman Found Dead in Tennessee

Authorities have arrested three individuals in connection with the disappearance and subsequent death of Maury-Ange Martinez, a young woman from Georgia whose remains were discovered in Tennessee.

Three Arrested in Connection to Georgia Woman Found Dead in Tennessee

According to police reports, Martinez, who hailed from Alpharetta, was reported missing from Gwinnett County in August 2023. The remains of Martinez were found on January 5th in a wooded area near Chattanooga.

Three Arrested in Connection to Georgia Woman Found Dead in Tennessee

The Hamilton County medical examiner in Tennessee officially confirmed that the remains belonged to Martinez. However, the cause of her death has yet to be disclosed.

Disappearance and Discovery

Martinez’s mother, Anita Darling, learned about the discovery on Mother’s Day. Darling emphasized the need for information, saying, Someone has to know something. She was a noticeable girl. She was a gorgeous girl with an energetic, magnetic personality. If anybody has information, step up and say something.

Identification and Confirmation

The identification process was confirmed by the Hamilton County medical examiner after the remains were discovered in early January. Authorities are waiting for more details on the cause of death and potential foul play.

Three Arrested in Connection to Georgia Woman Found Dead in Tennessee

Three Suspects Apprehended

Cobb County Police have charged Allen Kerr, Sean Deshazer, and Jasmine Craig with concealing Martinez’s death. Kerr and Deshazer were already incarcerated on unrelated charges while Craig was apprehended separately.

Three Arrested in Connection to Georgia Woman Found Dead in Tennessee

Previous Charges Against Suspects

Kerr has been charged previously for possessing drugs and weapons. Similarly, Deshazer had numerous run-ins with law enforcement, including charges for assault and possession of substances.

Cobb County Police Department officers are working closely with their counterparts in Gwinnett County and Hamilton County to piece together the events leading to Martinez’s death.

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