It is rumored that Emma Adams murdered Mizzou student Samuel. Let’s dive deep into this Emma Adams Murder Case and other related details.
The human remains discovered last week were identified as the ones of Samuel Michael Clemons, 21, of Jefferson City, by the Columbia Police Department. He was a University of Missouri student.
The Columbia Police Department arrested Emma Adams around 5:30 pm on January 10 in link with a homicide investigation.
Adams was arrested for second-degree murder, armed criminal action, interfering with physical evidence, and abandoning a body.
A woman, 20, is accused of stabbing a University of Missouri student and then burning her body in a Fire pit.
The victim, who has not been publicly acknowledged, was a University of Missouri student with high-functioning autism.
Emma Adams Murder Case: She Murdered Mizzou Student Samuel
Emma Adams, 20, of Columbia, was arrested in connection with the case.
After initially refusing to appear in court, Adams pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, armed criminal action, tampering with physical evidence, and abandonment of a corpse on January 13.
On Tuesday, Adams’ attorney, Jeffrey Hilbrenner, asked the judge to waive her bond hearing.
Adams remains in the Boone County Jail on a $1 million cash-only bond and is scheduled to appear in court on February 16 for a preliminary hearing.
Adams was arrested after the MUPD conducted a wellness check at a dorm on the MU campus around 5:30 pm on January 10.
According to court documents, a woman requested that Police check on her son, whom she had not spoken to since around 10:30 pm on January 9.
Officers were unsuccessful in locating the male student. MUPD used surveillance footage to retrace his steps, according to court documents.
The student was seen getting into an Uber outside Hudson Hall around 10:40 pm on January 9.
According to court documents, officers were led to a home in the 2400 block of Bentley Court with the assistance of Uber and a ping from the student’s phone.
According to court documents, Adams permitted officers to search the House and backyard, where they discovered the human remains in a Fire pit.
Details on Emma Adams Murder Case
According to Police, a search for a University of Missouri student led them to a burning body behind a home.
According to Police in Columbia, Missouri, the investigation led to the arrest of Emma Rose Adams, 20, who is charged with second-degree murder.
According to Columbia Police Sgt. Matt Gremore, officers from the University of Missouri, were dispatched to the Hudson Hall dormitory on Tuesday, January 10, to conduct a welfare check.
When the student was not found in his dorm, Police discovered that he had taken an Uber to a home about 5 miles away in Columbia, according to KRCG.
Gremore stated that “unidentified human remains” were discovered outside the “suspicious” home.
What Has Happened To Emma Adams?
The suspect has been charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action, tampering with physical evidence, and abandonment of a corpse.
Ms. Adams denied knowing the missing student when asked by Police, according to a probable cause statement.
When the officers asked to search her backyard, she agreed, and the officers saw the remains in the Fire pit.
When the suspect was asked who was in the Fire pit, she told officers “something to the effect of, ‘he was beating me,'” the statement added.
According to the report, she told officers that she stabbed the victim in self-defense.
The suspect is held in the Boone County Jail on a cash bond of $1 million.