New York Police Investigators are determining if a partially dismembered body found in a parking lot in Long Island, New York is that of a Guyanese mother of four who lived in the New York area and has been missing since last Saturday, law enforcement sources told the NY Daily News Wednesday.
The woman, Chinelle Latoya Browne, 27, was last seen by her landlord Saturday near her Sumpter St. apartment in Brownsville in Brooklyn, sources said.
According to the New York Daily News, the Guyanese native had several beefs with her landlord over an extension cord that powered her room, culminating in a fight, her husband, Dale Browne, told the Daily News from his home in Guyana. Browne was smacked in the fight and later disappeared.
The body was discovered Tuesday morning in a Bay Shore, L.I., municipal lot.
On Tuesday, the woman’s sister, Deborah Thompson told News Source, from her New York home, that the family recently dealt with the death of their father and so for her younger sister to go missing and believed to be dead would be devastating.
She said her sister was not the type to stay away from her home and job for long periods or without checking in with family members or friends.
Family members are convinced that the landlord may have had something to do with the woman’s disappearance since the landlord was the only person, claiming to have seen the woman alive, after she was reported missing.
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