The investigation into the mysterious death of Chicago teen Kenneka Jenkins has been closed by authorities in Rosemont, Ill., who have determined that her death was accidental and who said Friday that there is “no evidence that indicates any other conclusion.” But photos of Jenkins’ body were released Friday evening,…
An autopsy has determined that a 19-year-old woman whose body was found inside a Chicago-area hotel freezer died of hypothermia from exposure to cold conditions and not foul play.
Despite several calls from protesters for a federal investigation into the death of Kenneka Jenkins, the Chicago teen who was found dead in a Rosemont, Ill., hotel freezer earlier this month, Rosemont police have made it exceedingly clear that that is not about to happen.
Updated Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, 4 p.m. EDT: The family of Kenneka Jenkins have released a new statement, saying that they have not received video footage of their loved one walking into a hotel freezer.
Police are looking into a viral video that has been circulating across social media that apparently shows a young woman in a Rosemont, Ill., hotel room hours before she disappeared while at a party, only to later be found dead in the hotel freezer.
A 19-year-old Chicago woman was found dead early Sunday morning inside the freezer of a Rosemont, Ill., hotel, police say.