Police are examining and a family is calling for answers after a Chicago youngster was discovered dead in a stroll in cooler in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosemont early Sunday morning.
As per relatives and police, 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins left her home on the Near West Side for a gathering on the ninth floor of the inn around 11:30 p.m., and was later observed at the gathering in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Her mom, Tereasa Martin, said she got a call around 4:30 a.m. Saturday from companions who said they couldn’t discover Jenkins after the gathering. Martin said she quickly went to the inn and requesting that they check reconnaissance film to check whether they could find her girl.
After the inn alluded her to police, Martin said she called 911, and dispatchers advised her to hold up a couple of more hours on the grounds that Jenkins could be out with companions.
In the wake of coming back to the inn to look for Jenkins once more, her sister recorded a missing individual report with the Rosemont Police Saturday evening.
Rosemont police said after the report was recorded, the inn “effectively campaigned and looked through the prompt territory.”
Jenkins’ body was found in a stroll in cooler in the lodging around 12:24 a.m. Sunday, as per police, and she was articulated dead on the scene.
Martin said police disclosed to her Jenkins evidently let herself into the stroll in cooler and after that kicked the bucket inside. Notwithstanding, she said she wasn’t happy with their rendition of occasions, on account of security includes that make it conceivable to open coolers from within.
Martin said that if her little girl was smashed, she would have experienced issues opening the overwhelming cooler entryways and would have acknowledged she wasn’t entering a lift or the inn entrance.
The Cook County Medical Examiner inspected the body, yet the reason for death still can’t seem to be resolved. A post-mortem examination is booked.