Missing mom-of-four, 24, found dead after huge clue from her car as family says cops failed to investigate evidenceMay 13, 2022
A MISSING 24-year-old mother of four was found dead in the trunk of her car on Wednesday, and the family is claiming that cops failed to look for her vehicle in time.
Officials recovered the body after neighbors reported an odor that came from the car's trunk, ABC13 reported.
Mitchell was reported missing by her mother, Georgia Mitchell, on May 6, one day after her daughter had not returned home.
"I couldn't track her on the locator on our phones anymore," Georgia told ABC13. "I started getting sick to my stomach."
Officials searched for Mitchell the day that Georgia reported her missing.
They tracked her location to Texas City and located her car, which neighbors said had been parked in the same spot since before Mother's Day, but did not find her.
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"I met police officers at her vehicle here in Texas City and I begged them to please search my daughter's car," Georgia Mitchell said.
Georgia did not think her daughter was in the trunk at that time but found it strange where the car was parked.
After Mitchell's body was recovered, friends and family said they were frustrated that it took that long to search the car and felt that officials did not take the case seriously.
Mitchell is survived by her mother Georgia and her four children: a nine-year-old girl, a seven-year-old boy, a three-year-old girl, and a seven-month-old son.
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"He's going to know his mama," Georgia said regarding the seven-month-old child.
"He is because I am going to make sure. But that fact that he is not going to remember what a wonderful mother he had and how much she loved him – I am going to make sure that he knows."
Texas City police announced that they are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest or charges filed in Angela Leeann Mitchell's death.
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The cause of death has not been identified at this time, according to police.
This case is currently under investigation by officials.
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