NFL Star Missing After Mother Found Dead

An unthinkable tragedy has struck a local Chicagoland suburb. Former NFL defensive back Sergio Brown has gone missing as his 73-year-old mother was discovered dead by police. On Saturday, September 16, Myrtle Brown was found in a creek near her home in Maywood, Illinois.

The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office has ruled her death as a homicide due to “multiple injuries from assault.”

The Maywood Police Department is currently searching for 35-year-old Sergio Brown whose family could not get into contact with either him or his mother.

Neighbors and family members are deeply saddened by this news as they try to process what happened.

Carlos Cortez, who lives next door to the Browns stated that police saw something on his doorbell camera that indicated that Sergio had taken out the trash and burned all of his mother’s clothes prior to her death.

He went on to say that family members told him Sergio “wasn’t himself” during recent months and that police have been called to their house before.

Nick Brown, Sergio’s brother posted an emotional plea on Facebook asking anyone with information about his brother’s whereabouts to report it to the Maywood Police Department as he said goodbye to his mom one last time thanking her for being strong and saving his art work while assuring her he won’t let her down.

The Facebook post read:

“Thank you, everyone, for all of your outreach, help, love and condolences.
It’s a sad but hopeful time, and we will all get through this together. Mom always told me, “tough times don’t last” and our last conversation about tough times being temporary is my beacon of hope.
Mom, thank you for being strong, caring, diligent, fancy, funny, and for saving my art. I won’t let you down.
My brother Sergio is still missing. If anyone knows where he is I want him to know that I love you and please come home.
People, please don’t approach the property, this is still an ongoing investigation by the Maywood Police Department. If you have any information on Sergio’s whereabouts please send them to the Maywood Police Department.”
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