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Jasmaine Smith missing from Pennsylvania after attending sister’s graduation

Missing Person Pennsylvania Jasmine Smith

Jasmaine Smith, 23, from Warren has been missing from Farrell, Pennsylvania since June 5, 2015 when she attended her sister’s graduation in Farrell.

Daniel Wilder, the mother of Jasmine is worried as she stated her daughter also knew James E. Brook’s of Roaming Shores that pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping and gross abuse of a corpse. This week, WFMJ news reported that authorities took a DNA sample from the mother of Alesha Bell to compare with DNA evidence collected at James Brook’s home, as Jasmaine Smith’s mother said her daughter knew James E. Brooks of Roaming Shores.

On Feb. 1, 2017, Brooks pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping, compelling prostitution and gross abuse of a corpse on Tuesday related to the murder of Alesha Bell, 18, who was reported missing from Warren.

Brooks admitted to meeting with Bell on July 23, 2015, the day she went missing, according to testimony. Bell’s mother said she received a text from her daughter that day: “Mom, if I make it home, I need you. I’m scared,” the text reads. Bell’s phone was unreachable afterward, but investigators reportedly traced its signal to Brooks’ address. Warren police searched Brooks’ home soon after, but did not find Bell, reports the Star Beacon.  A month late, Brooks was arrested on drug charges and charged with abuse of a corpse after human bone fragments were found on his property during a drug raid.

Smith has brown eyes, black hair, stands 5’8″ tall, and weighs 145 pounds.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the Mercer County Department of Public Safety nonemergency number at 724-662-6110.


Brandy Neilson last seen in Nevada

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