WASHINGTON, USA – A lady who was reported missing in Washington, District of Columbia, has been found dead in Charles County, and her death has been ruled the result of a homicide. The woman had been reported missing in Washington, District of Columbia. On June 9, the body of Danielle Denise Moss, 30, from Washington, District of Columbia, was found. His identity was revealed in a statement released by the Charles Sheriff’s Office.
On June 9, at approximately 6:40 p.m., police from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office were called to Holly Spring Drive in Waldorf after a member of the public discovered a body that was only partially covered as they were walking along power lines in the area. . The body was found by the individual while he was walking in the area.
The body was transported there after the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner completed its investigation, during which it decided the manner of death was homicide and concluded that an autopsy was unnecessary. The Charles County Sheriff’s Office has made the decision to withhold any information regarding how the person died. Moss was reported missing to the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, District of Columbia in April, as noted in the press release.
Detectives from the Prince George’s County Police Department are contributing their time and expertise to the investigation, which is still in its early stages at this stage. Calling Detective Worley at the following number, 301-609-6518, is strongly encouraged for anyone who thinks they have more information on the case.