Sister arrested for murder of missing brother; mother arrested, too


Jacob Millison

Missing Person Colorado Jacob Millison

On Monday, February 26, 2018, Stephanie Jackson, 33, was arrested for the murder of her missing brother, Jacob Millison.  Then on Friday, March 2, 2018, Deborah Rudibaugh, 68,  Jacob’s mother was also arrested.  The has been no specific’s from the police as to what she is being charged with, other than it is connected with Jacob’s disappearance and murder.

Jacob Millison

Back in May 2015, Jacob Millison, 29, went missing from Gunnison, Colorado.  He was reported missing in August 2015, after friends of his began asking what became of him.  Deborah did an interview and told a local newspaper the Gunnison Times that her son had disappeared after packing up camping supplies and that she worried he had been using drugs.

In 2017, after receiving a tip the police found skeletal remains on Gunnison County Road 76 located on a Gunnison County ranch.  The DNA confirmed the remains belonged to Jacob.

Jacob Millison
Jacob Millison

All though no motive has been stated, many of Jacob’s friends believe it had something to do with the multi-million dollar property that they all lived on.

 

Body found in Black Forest area of Colorado

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