Foul Play Not Suspected in Darby Mom's Death
Authorities say there’s no evidence of foul play in the death of a young Darby mother whose body was found in a vacant lot in Camden in July.
KYW’s Mark Abrams reports 23-year-old Jenna Lord (left) went missing after a Fourth of July family event in Collingswood.
Her badly decomposing body was found July 18 in Camden.
Jason Laughlin, spokesman for the Camden County prosecutor’s office, says a medical examiner’s report shows no evidence pointing to murder:
“What he did find out was there was some morphine in a tissue sample that he tested and that is consistent with heroin use. There also was a needle found near her body.”
Laughlin says the area where Lord’s body was found is a spot that’s often visited by drug users.