5-year-old child reportedly found his mom’s body

October 5, 2017 - Finding Carter

UPDATE: Vigil hold for murder victim

WOODBURY — The father of a lady found beaten to genocide in a home where she was house-sitting says his daughter’s 5-year-old son found her body, according to a news from 6ABC.

Shawneeq M. Carter, 26, of Camden was found in a home on Hopkins Street in Woodbury on Saturday night. The cause of genocide was blunt force trauma, according to a Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office.

Shawneeq Carter was killed while house-sitting during a home on Hopkins Street in Woodbury, military said. (Matt Gray | For NJ.com)

The victim’s father, Sean Carter, told 6ABC that his grandson and a 5-year-old nephew found her physique Friday and walked to get assistance on Saturday. The kids pronounced they were sleeping and don’t know what happened before to anticipating a body.

The homeowner was divided during a time of a killing, authorities said.

Police have suggested few sum in a case, including probable suspects or a motive.

Authorities remarkable Tuesday afternoon that — formed on their review so distant — there is no risk to a community.


Between a prosecutor’s bureau and a Woodbury Police Department, about 10 detectives are operative on a case, according to GCPO orator Bernie Weisenfeld. “Detectives are actively following adult on leads grown from interviews and justification collected so far,” he said.

Sean Carter told 6ABC that a usually object blank from a home was his daughter’s cellphone.

Friends and kin took to Facebook to remember Shawneeq Carter as a amatory mom and a lady with a good personality.

She attended Pennsauken High School and Camden County College.

Anyone with information about Carter’s genocide is asked to hit Detective Warren Rivell of a Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office during 856-384-5625 or Detective Carl Villone of a Woodbury City Police Department during 856-845-0065.

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