Brianna Roberts Wiki – Brianna Roberts Biography
Brianna Roberts was reported missing in Bollinger County, Missouri, on Thursday, the sheriff’s office there said. Their investigation revealed that Roberts was last known to have been involved in a dispute with Kaitlyn Morgan, 20, and Eric Nanney, 24, at Nanney’s home on Wednesday.
Three people have been arrested after an investigation turned up the murdered and dismembered body of the missing woman.
She was 21 years old.
According to a Facebook post by Sheriff Casey Graham, the family of 21-year-old Brianna Roberts of Illinois reported her missing on Thursday, October 14.
The sheriff said during the investigation, and they learned Kaitlyn Morgan and Eric Nanney of Glen Allen, Mo., were the last known people to have had contact with Brianna.
He said that information was due to the sheriff’s office responding to a dispute at Morgan and Nanney’s home involving all three people on Wednesday, October 13.
While interviewing Kaitlyn Morgan, Eric Nanney, and Eric’s father, Ricky Nanney, Sheriff Graham said investigators learned Brianna was dead from an assault on Thursday, October 14.
Law enforcement agencies conducted a search warrant at home in Bollinger County to collect evidence.
While serving the warrant, they found human remains on the property.
According to Sheriff Graham, they learned the victim was stabbed and shot multiple times. They knew her limbs had been removed from her body.
Investigators later found what appeared to be more remains in a separate location, along with other items of evidence.
An autopsy was scheduled for Monday, Oct. 18.
Three people are charged in connection to the murder of a missing Illinois woman.
Eric Nanney was charged with first-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon. Armed criminal action, tampering with physical evidence, and abandonment of a corpse. His bond was set at $1 million cash only.
Kaitlyn Morgan was charged with first-degree murder, tampering with physical evidence, and abandonment of a corpse. Her bond was set at $1 million cash only.
Ricky Nanney was charged with three counts of tampering with physical evidence. His bond was set at $50,000 cash only.