Brandon Herring, 21, of Raytown, was reported missing in November. His body was found Saturday by people searching for Jessica Runions. Police say Herring’s death is being investigated as a homicide.
Brandon Herring, 21, of Raytown, was reported missing in November. His body was found Saturday by people searching for Jessica Runions. Police say Herring’s death is being investigated as a homicide. Raytown Police Department
Brandon Herring, 21, of Raytown, was reported missing in November. His body was found Saturday by people searching for Jessica Runions. Police say Herring’s death is being investigated as a homicide. Raytown Police Department

While searching for Jessica Runions, her father finds a homicide victim instead

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