Jon Lowris Death – Missing Jon Lowris from the Snake and Animal Farm in East Stroudsburg PA has been found dead. It had been planned for him to pick up his son Jack after work. He was expected to work and bring up Jack, his son. He is extremely devoted to the farm and would never voluntarily abandon the livestock or his son. He is engaged to Amy Stoner
The cause of Lowris death was not released by the family and the circumstances surrounding his passing are also unknown.
Jon Lowris Missing
Jon Lowris went missing Monday April 10, he was last seen around 10 a.m. in the morning. Around ten in the morning, he drove his black Hummer H3 away from the snake farm and headed north in the direction of price chopper. He had on blue pants, boots, and a beige and white flannel over a white undershirt. He also wore a white undershirt.
Jon Lowris Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Police investigating after body found in dumpster in East Stroudsburg
The Monroe County police department is conducting an investigation after a body was discovered in a garbage early on Thursday morning. A potential body was discovered in a dumpster just before noon on Thursday, according to a news release issued by the Stroud Area Regional Police Department. According to the statement, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Washington Street in East Stroudsburg in connection with the incident.
The body of an unidentified female was found inside the dumpster, and the coroner’s office subsequently ruled that she had passed away, according to the Stroud Area Regional Police Department. Police have stated that they are unable to ascertain the deceased person’s height, weight, race, or identification due to the advanced state of decomposition of the body. It has not been determined what brought about the fatality or how it occurred.
Denim shorts and a black top are what the police believe the deceased person was wearing, according to their description of the apparel. It has not been determined what brought about the fatality or how it occurred. On Friday, there will be an autopsy performed.
Detective Dan Knowles requests that anyone who may have any information send an email to him at [email protected] or phone him at 570-421-6800 extension 1046.
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