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The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday arrested three women, describing them as methamphetamine dealers who attacked and killed a woman because they believed she had become a police informant.

The victim, Danielle Jacobs, 39, was last seen by her roommate Aug. 21, according to Lt. Tod Goodyear. She was reported missing Thursday.

The remains of Danielle Jacobs, 39, were discovered. Three Cocoa women have been arrested and charged with murder.

The remains of Danielle Jacobs, 39, were discovered. Three Cocoa women have been arrested and charged with murder
 

Authorities recovered her body and took it to the Brevard County medical examiner’s office, where an autopsy is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday.

She was killed at the home of one of the suspects, Alexandria Janine Schmidt, 32, of Cocoa, according to Goodyear, but later was moved.

Authorities did not disclose where the body was found and were not sure about the cause of death.

Schmidt and the other two suspects are accused of first-degree premeditated murder, false imprisonment and tampering with evidence.

Also charged are Jessica Elizabeth Brewer, 31, and Dhanvantarivisn Cramer, 33, both of Cocoa.

All three were being held without bail at the Brevard County Jail.

 

 

 

 

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