The Gunnison County Sheriff’s deputies recently arrested a 33-year-old-year-old woman suspected of having killed her brother to take possession of his inherited ranch. The authorities declared that the man’s body was found buried on the property after an anonymous caller told the deputies where to dig.
Victim Knew Family Would Kill Him Over Inherited Ranch
Mark Mykol, the Gunnison County Undersheriff, reveals 29-year-old Jacob Henry Millison’s drama. Since he inherited the 700-acre ranch in Gunnison county, the man has been living in fear. With the property’s values estimated at several million dollars, Millison knew that, sooner or later, someone would try to take possession of it.
Probably the saddest aspect of the Colorado man’s drama is that someone from his own family murdered him in order to secure the ranch. According to the authorities, Millison went missing in 2015.
Baffling enough, it was Millison’s close friends who alerted the authorities after the man went missing without a trail. Mykol declared that long since before his disappearance, Millison told his friends that his family sought the ranch and that if anything happened to him, then it would probably be someone from his family.
Unfortunately, Mykol refused to release any details of how the man was killed but mentioned that the authorities managed to discover his corpse after an anonymous caller tipped them off as to where to dig.
Following the discovery of Millison’s body, the Gunnison County deputies arrested 33-year-old Stephanie Jackson and charged them with being an accessory to murder and tampering with a cadaver.
At the moment, Jackson has yet to hire an attorney nor to deny the allegations. The woman was booked into county jail where she’s being held in lieu of a $500,000 bond. We will come back with more information as soon as they’re made available.
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