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▣ Florida man indicted in no-body murder of pregnant woman

posted by Admin on October 10th, 2016 at 3:28 PM

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Man, 28, indicted in murder of missing pregnant woman
23-year-old last seen with man now charged with her murder
By Kent Justice - Reporter/11 p.m. anchor , News4Jax.com Staff
Posted: 3:02 PM, September 14, 2016
Updated: 10:57 PM, September 14, 2016

ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. - A 28-year-old man was indicted on a first-degree murder charge Wednesday in the death of a woman who disappeared from Gainesville in January and has never been found.

Hannah Brim, 23, was last seen on Jan. 19 riding in a vehicle driven by Nelson Armas. She was reported missing by her family four days later. She was 5 months pregnant.
Hannah Brim was last seen as a passenger in a car driven by Nelson Armas Gainesville police search for missing woman

A grand jury indicted Armas Wednesday for Brim's murder and also for grand theft auto and tampering with physical evidence.

Jacksonville attorney Rhonda Peoples-Waters said evidence will be a key issue in the case.

"And the issue that prosecutors are going to have to deal with is proving murder when there is no body," said Peoples-Waters, who is not involved in the case.

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