JoAnna Cottle Obituary, Death –  On Friday, a suspect in the murder of a mother and her three children was brought into custody in Maryland, only hours after the bodies of the victims were discovered inside of their home in Chester. The bodies of the victims were found inside of their home in Chester. On November 18, just before 5 a.m., officers were summoned to the 4200 block of Laurel Oak Road in response to a report of a disturbance at a property in the area. The disturbance was said to have occurred at a residence in the neighborhood. When the police arrived at the residence, they went inside to check on the well-being of the inhabitants and found four persons who had been shot. It was discovered that each of the four victims had passed dead at the scene where they were found.

According to the most recent information that has been made public by the authorities, the names of the victims have been revealed to be 39-year-old JoAnna M. Cottle, 13-year-old Kaelyn M. Parson, 4-year-old Kinsey M. Cottle, and 4-year-old Jayson L. Cottle. According to the comments made by the police, JoAnna Cottle was the mother of all three of the children that were found in the residence. These assertions were based on the findings made at the scene. Following an investigation, the authorities came to the conclusion that the person responsible for the crime was Jonah L. Adams, who is 35 years old.

Adams, who resides in the 11400 block of Saint Martha Court, is the father of Kinsey and Jayson Cottle, according to the Waldorf, Maryland, police. Adams was previously in a relationship with JoAnna Cottle, who is also the mother of Kinsey and Jayson Cottle. The home of Adams can be found at 11400 Saint Martha Court. Officers from Chesterfield who participated in the investigation of the crime were successful in obtaining arrest warrants for Adams on four counts of first-degree murder. Officers with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) detained Adams close to his house in Maryland, and he was subsequently taken into custody in that state. Adams’ residence is located in Maryland. At this time, he is being kept in custody in the state of Maryland.