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Remains of LaToyia Figueroa Found. UPDATE Boyfriend Arrested

The Washington Post is reporting that the remains of a woman found outside of Philadelphia are likely to be those of 24-year-old LaToyia Figueroa, and that a person is in custody. We extend our prayers to her family.

There is a 10 AM press conference scheduled.

Update: Fox News; Cops: Woman’s Remains Found, Father Arrested

The father of the unborn child of a Philadelphia woman whose remains were found Saturday has been arrested and charged with murder, police say.

CNN; Pregnant woman’s remains found near Philadelphia

The suspect, Stephen Poaches, is a former boyfriend of 24-year-old LaToyia Figueroa, who has been missing for a month. When Poaches, 25, was arrested in nearby Chester, police said he was wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a pistol.

Cross posted at Scared

August 20th, 2005 at 10:57pm Posted by | Found Deceased, LaToyia Figueroa, Missing Adult | one comment

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