Milwaukee, Wisconsin – In a tragic incident in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, local law enforcement agencies are investigating the mysterious death of a 12-year-old boy. The boy’s decomposed body was discovered in a residential building, leading the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office to consider the possibility of a homicide due to the child’s undernourished state.
The deceased child, Jacarie Robinson, was the youngest of ten children. His lifeless body was found by police officers last Tuesday evening, around 7 p.m., in response to a call from a house situated at the crossroads of 39th and North Elmhurst. Robinson was declared dead at the location.
Robinson’s elder sister, Analise Moye, painted a picture of her brother as a fan of wrestling, Marvel toys, and action films. She disclosed that she had not seen her brother for several months, and he had been residing in the house with his father and two other siblings.
Following the discovery of Robinson’s body, the house’s doors and windows were sealed with plywood the next day.
As of this time, the police have not made any arrests related to the case and the investigation is ongoing. Moye voiced the family’s desire for justice, saying, “Family is all we have at this moment, so we’re really just trying to stay strong for each other and hopefully get justice for him.”
In a touching homage to Robinson, his friends and family released green balloons, his favorite color, outside the house on Wednesday.