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Crime Police find body that might belong to Susquehanna River discovery

21:30  19 september  2019
21:30  19 september  2019 Source:   ydr.com

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Officials are reportedly investigating whether severed legs found in May in the Susquehanna River were from a woman whose remains were recently found in Philadelphia.

Police acting on a tip entered a Philadelphia self-storage facility and found the dismembered remains of Brenda Jacobs, who had been missing for 16 years. Her ex-boyfriend has been arrested.

The Philadelphia district attorney's office says 49-year-old Jade Gillette Babcock was arraigned Wednesday on charges including abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence in Jacobs' death.

The district attorney's office says Babcock is expected to be charged with murder in Lycoming County, where the woman went missing.

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In addition, investigators told WNEP-16 they are investigating whether severed legs found in the Susquehanna River in May could belong to Jacobs.

Police found the legless body of Jacobs on Monday after receiving a tip from the suspect's current girlfriend. She had been missing since 2003 from Montoursville, about 180 miles northwest of Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Anthony Voci, of the Philadelphia district attorney's office, says Babcock confessed after his arrest. His attorney isn't listed.

The severed legs were found May 11 in the Susquehanna River near the Hepburn Street Dam in Williamsport, Lycoming County.

In June, investigators said the legs were cut at the knee and the toenails were painted pink, giving some indication that the victim may be female. There had be no missing persons cases in that area reported at that time.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Also of interest, see photos of how rescue crews simulated an emergency on the Susquehanna River:

This article originally appeared on York Daily Record: Police find body that might belong to legs found in Susquehanna River

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