Friends and relatives of a woman whose body disappeared from a home in Harrison, Ohio on Monday said she was five months pregnant when she died.
Woman, Kayla McGovern29 years old and her “dating again” partner Michael ReeceThe 42-year-old were both found dead in the 300 block of War Admiral Drive in the community near the Indiana border about half an hour northwest of downtown Cincinnati. local News organization report. Hamilton County, Ohio Sheriff’s Office speak officers walked past the bodies during a welfare check of the two deceased. That office has case description According to many of those reports, it was a suspected murder-suicide, but delegates did not say who the killer was or who the victim was. It’s also officially unclear exactly how the two died.
Loved ones spoke to Cincinnati FOX branch WXIX speak McGovern was “very in love” and did not believe she was the assailant.
But Reece, they say, is a different story.
“In a sense, I don’t feel that he’s good for her at all,” speak Sierra PowersMcGovern’s cousin, with WXIX.
Friend Patricia Grimsley tell FOX branch that both Reece and McGovern battled addiction. However, Grimsley said McGovern had been sober for a while, and noted that McGovern even shot a video of her recovery path.
“I never experienced what life really was like until I was completely clean,” said McGovern. speak in a record shared with WXIX. “My goal for me for the rest of my life is to just have normal things, have a normal life with someone and enjoy time with my family.”
Grimsley speak friends “are all genuinely proud of how far McGovern has come and lament the loss of life in the face of subdued adversity.
“She worked so hard to get her life back on track, and it was just – it wasn’t fair that it took that away from her,” said Grimsley. speak of the situation.
McGovern has a 4-year-old son, now facing life without his mother by his side. She also left behind an older brother, Jon SpurlockWho WXIX report “Shot in the head in 2018 and still unresponsive to this day.”
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Law & Crime on Thursday that the case involved a “suspected murder-suicide” but said it did not release information “about the exact manner of death, as well as the victim or perpetrator.”
“We are aware that storylines exist, but we cannot confirm at this time,” the sheriff’s office wrote in a brief email to Law & Crime. Notice in response to some questions about the case and updates on the investigation.
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