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Human remains found in car linked to Rohan Stefon Brown, missing since 2008: state police

John W. Barry
Poughkeepsie Journal

Human remains found inside a car recovered from the Hudson River have been linked to the 2008 disappearance of City of Poughkeepsie resident Rohan Stefon Brown, according to the state police.

The car was discovered by state police divers during sonar training on Wednesday and hauled from the river Thursday. State police Friday confirmed that the car is linked to Brown's disappearance on Aug. 8, 2008, just weeks before he was scheduled to start classes at the State University of New York in Albany. 

At the time of his disappearance, Brown was driving a blue 2001 blue Hyundai Accent, the same type of car discovered in the river. 

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AG电子游戏攻略Grace Skinner, Brown's mother, told the Journal in 2009 that her son didn't have much money on him at the time of his disappearance, and his clothes were still at home.

Police officers respond after a car was found in the Hudson River. The vehicle was later found to contain human remains.

"He left as if he was going out for the night, and he was coming back," Skinner said. "He left without his driver's license, his diploma. If he left to start a new life, he would have taken those things.

Brown was acting strangely in the days leading up to his disappearance, she said.

AG电子游戏攻略"He was scared of something, and a couple of his friends said some people were after him and wanted to hurt him," Skinner said. "He didn't tell me who it was. I remember asking him about school one time and he said, 'You're talking about school over my life.'"

Although Brown was enrolled at the university, he did not attend classes or show up at his dorm room and was eventually dropped by the administration.

His car was last seen Dec. 16, 2008, according to Journal archives. A SUNY Albany campus police officer had cited the vehicle for a violation. But it was unclear if Brown was in the vehicle at the time. To make matters worse, the university police department's computers crashed, which delayed the investigation.

AG电子游戏攻略The latest twist unfolded at about 7 p.m. Wednesday, as state police divers conducted sonar training on the Hudson River, near Waryas Park in the City of Poughkeepsie. According to the state police, the submerged vehicle was discovered about 75 feet from shore.

On Thursday, the car was recovered from a depth of about 24 feet by the state police and City of Poughkeepsie police. After the vehicle was moved to a secure location, the Dutchess County Medical Examiner’s Office and state police Troop K Forensic Investigation Unit discovered the human remains inside. 

John W. Barry: jobarry@poughkeepsiejournal.com, 845-437-4822, Twitter: @JohnBarryPoJo

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