Crime 15-Year-Old Boy Detained at Border After His Grandmother Is Found in Shallow Grave

23:55  25 november  2017
23:55  25 november  2017 Source:   Time

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A 15 - year - old Neptune Beach teen has been detained on the U.S.-Canada border after police discovered the body of a woman believed to be his grandmother buried in a shallow grave Friday in the boy ’s backyard, police said.

Logan Mott, 15 , and his 53- year - old grandmother , Kristina French, were reported missing earlier this week. The body of an individual believed to be French was discovered in a shallow grave in the backyard of Mott's father's Florida home.

a close up of a sign: A sign marks the US-Canada border near Hemmingford, Quebec, February 28, 2017. Geoff Robins—AFP/Getty Images © Geoff Robins—AFP/Getty Images A sign marks the US-Canada border near Hemmingford, Quebec, February 28, 2017. Geoff Robins—AFP/Getty Images

(MIAMI) — A Florida teenager trying to enter Canada has been detained by U.S. border patrol agents who want to interview him in connection with the death of his grandmother.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said at a news conference late Friday that the 15-year-old was stopped near Buffalo, New York.

Officials in Florida started looking for the boy and his 53-year-old grandmother on Wednesday after they failed to pick up the teen’s father at the airport. The father had been on vacation with his girlfriend. His mother was watching her grandson while they were gone.

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U.S. Border patrol agents have detained a Florida teenager trying to enter Canada whom police want to interview in connection with the death of his grandmother . Earlier Friday, officials said a body that matched the grandmother ’s description was found in a shallow grave in the teen’s backyard.

U.S. Border patrol agents have detained a Florida teenager trying to enter Canada whom police want to interview in connection with the death of his grandmother . The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said at a news conference late Friday that the 15 - year - old was stopped near Buffalo, New York.

When the father got to his home in Neptune Beach, near Jacksonville on Florida’s Atlantic coast, he found it had been ransacked. His mother’s home in nearby Mayport was also ransacked. Weapons were missing from both homes and the grandmother’s 2015 Dodge Dart was also gone.

Officials said at the news conference that the father is a corrections officer for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

Ron Lendvay, a director of investigations and homeland security for the sheriff’s office, said surveillance footage from a gas station in south-central Pennsylvania picked up the image of the teen and Dodge Dart on Thursday afternoon. The sheriff’s office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement are working with the Neptune Beach Police Department on the case.

Lendvay said a warrant was issued for the teen’s arrest on an auto theft charge.

Earlier Friday, officials said a body that matched the grandmother’s description was found in a shallow grave in the teen’s backyard. Officials are waiting for an autopsy for a positive identification.

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