25-year-old Rapper Brian Trotter found dead in the car boot on a highway in Miami

Recently released reports say a Virginia man got into a traffic crash Sunday afternoon on the Palmetto Expressway near Miami Lakes and inside the car boot troopers found a body of a hip-hop artist.

25-year-old Rapper Brian Trotter

Brian Trotter, 25, disappeared from Triangle, Virginia on Oct. 17. Miami-Dade police detectives arrested the man Robert Deupree Avery Coltrain, 25, with second-degree murder and illegal transport of human remains after Trotter’s body was found in his vehicle’s trunk.

As per the investigation, troopers towed the vehicle – a 2009 Silver Acura – to a nearby car park, but became suspicious after noticing buzzing flies and a rotting smell. Florida Highway Patrol team found the body “wrapped in a piece of fabric and in an advanced stage of decomposition”. An autopsy showed Trotter was fatally shot multiple times.

Trotter family and friends say he a former Virginia high-school athlete who was trying to forge a hip-hop career. Reports show he had been friends with Coltrain for more than a decade and he two played sports together and promoted their music.


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35-year-old Florida mother left 7 children alone for months

Seven children, ages between 4 and 17, were left home alone since around July 17. Elidiesneins Perez, 35, is charged with seven counts of child neglect.


On July 16, Perez’s current husband was arrested for child abuse involving her 16 and 17-year-old children.  As per the reports, she chose to stay with her husband instead, leaving the kids to fend for themselves. North Miami Beach police arrested Perez on Wednesday.

Perez’s children had to stay alone in the house since around July 17. Authorities said the children had very little food in the house and told investigators they had to eat rice for breakfast because they didn’t have anything else. According to the reports, the kids told deputies that they didn’t have any clean clothes. The older children told police they’d rather live in foster care than in their current situation.

The children couldn’t contact their mother in these months because Perez did not leave any contact information for the children to be able to find her. The Florida Department of Children and Families took all seven children into custody.


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