Man Sent To Prison For Brutally Murdering Sister At Parent’s House
A Camden man who conceded to wounding his sister to death in his new parents’ home a year ago has been condemned to 27 years in jail, specialists said Friday.
Ramike Medina-Brown, 24, conceded a month ago to killing his sister, Eileen “Tweety-Bird” Brown, on May 25, 2019, inside their folks’ Camden home, where the 53-year-old was dealing with the kin’s old mother.
Ramike Medina-Brown and Eileen Brown’s folks went out alone that day while they went to a Memorial Day festivity, as indicated by Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. Eileen Brown’s relatives became concerned when she never landed at her sister’s home for supper.
At the point when her folks got back that night, they discovered Eileen Brown dead in their cellar from numerous cut injuries, specialists said. Ramike Medina-Brown was embraced by the family when he was 5, as indicated by specialists.
Observation film close to the Brown family home demonstrated Ramike Medina-Brown leaving the habitation, conveying a few sacks, specialists said. The extra film helped specialists track him to a Philadelphia PATCO station, where they said he tossed two packs of bleeding attire into a rubbish can and on the train tracks. He was arrested in June in New York City. Ramike Medina-Brown must serve at any rate 23 years of his sentence under the express’ No Early Release Act.