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    Jennifer Rothwell (28) was allegedly killed by her husband because he was upset she was pregnant

    https://fox2now.com/2019/11/13/st-lo...vehicle-found/

    St. Louis County police have found a car belonging to 28-year-old who has been missing since Tuesday.

    Police say Jennifer Rothwell left home in the 12600 bock of Northwinds Drive in Central St. Louis County and hasn?t returned.

    Rothwell is 5?6″, weighs 150 pounds and has long light brown curly hair. She was last seen wearing business attire. Authorities say her vehicle was located near Olive and Fee Fee.

    Police haven?t reported any further details regarding her disappearance; however, family members told police Jennifer has no history of leaving and is normally in contact with family and friends on a daily basis.

    Anyone with information about Jennifer?s whereabouts, should call police at 911 or call the St. Louis County Police Department at (636) 529-8210.

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    The husband of as a missing west St. Louis County woman was arrested Wednesday night.

    Earlier in the night, officers were seen searching Jennifer Rothwell’s home along Northwinds Drive. Thursday morning, jail reports and public reports confirmed that Beau Rothwell, who lives at the same address, was taken into custody on a 24-hour hold. No charges have been filed against him. News 4 reached out to St. Louis County police to find out why he was arrested and received the following response from Sgt. Benjamin Granda:

    Police said Jennifer Rothwell, 28, was last seen Tuesday at her home. Her car, a Hyundai Sonata, was found near Olive and Fee Fee in Creve Coeur.
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    Jennifer Rothwell, 28, was last seen Tuesday morning in the 12600 bock of Northwinds Drive in central St. Louis County.
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    She has no history of running off and is normally in contact with family members and friends on a daily basis, police said, but she hasn’t reached out to anyone since leaving her home.

    Rothwell’s family is offering a $25,000 reward for any information that leads to her whereabouts.

    Her mother, Robin von Hausen, said her daughter had just moved to West County with her husband. Rothwell works at DuPont as a chemical engineer.

    “She works hard. People like her. She has a lot of friends at DuPont,” von Hausen said.

    Her family said police found Rothwell’s cellphone in the car but her purse was gone.

    Von Hausen said it was one of her DuPont co-workers who tipped them off that something might have happened.

    “A coworker texted and said, ‘Hey, how is Jennifer?’ They assumed she just hadn’t come into work because of the weather or whatnot. So, it wasn’t until late 6 or so in the evening before we even knew she hadn’t made it to work,” von Hausen said.

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    A Missouri man was arrested and charged with evidence tampering in connection to the disappearance of his wife, St. Louis police said Thursday.

    Jennifer Rothwell, 28, was last seen on the morning of Nov. 12 leaving her and her husband's home in St. Louis, Missouri.

    The disappearance was initially treated as a missing person report but was reclassified as a homicide, the St. Louis Police Department said in a Facebook post on Wednesday.

    Police said Jennifer's husband, Beau Rothwell, was seen on video Monday buying bleach, carpet cleaner, and gloves. During a search of the couple's home, detectives found wet carpet soaked with bleach and blood covering large areas of the carpet and an underlying pad, according to a police press release.

    Authorities said the blood and bleach is "evidence associated with a crime of murder." Beau Rothwell, 28, has been charged only with felony tampering with evidence.

    He is being held on a $100,000 bond.

    St. Louis police said Jennifer Rothwell was wearing business clothing on the day she disappeared.

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    Several St. Louis County police officers returned to Olive Boulevard on Monday to continue the search for a missing woman.

    The officers were in the area of the 12700 of Olive Blvd., not far from where police located Jennifer Rothwell’s abandoned vehicle.

    Rothwell’s 2011 Hyundai Sonata was discovered near Olive and Fee Fee roads on Tuesday, November 12, which is about two miles from her home.

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    Authorities have found human remains thought to be those of a missing St. Louis-area woman who disappeared last week and whose husband has been charged in her murder, police said.

    Authorities still need a " total confirmation," but investigators believe the body is that of Jennifer Rothwell, 28, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The discovery was made about 11:30 p.m. Monday.

    Authorities searched an area near a highway in Lincoln County, which is northwest of St. Louis County, after Rothwell's husband, Beau Rothwell, gave police information about the location of her body, St. Louis County police Chief Jon Belmar told reporters earlier Monday evening.

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    Jennifer Rothwell (28) looked up 'what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant' before she went missing.

    Apparent the answer should have been 'run like hell'.

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    Jennifer Rothwell, 28, was six weeks pregnant when she was killed on Nov. 11, just one day before she was reported missing from her home near the suburb of Creve Coeur, according to newly released search warrants.

    Police said her 28-year-old husband, Beau Rothwell, called 911 on Nov. 12 to report that his wife of four years had disappeared, claiming she was last seen that morning heading to her job but never showed up at the office.

    Her remains were discovered about a week later in a remote area near Troy, roughly 45 miles northwest of their home, officials said.

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    A suburban St. Louis woman whose husband is charged in her death had looked up "what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant" on her cellphone before she went missing last month, according to search warrants.

    The warrants, obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, outline the reasons detectives gave for searching the home of Jennifer and Beau Rothwell near the suburb of Creve Coeur. The couple's cellphones, email accounts, Facebook accounts and Beau Rothwell's SUV were also searched.

    Beau Rothwell, 28, is jailed without bond on charges of second-degree murder and evidence tampering in his wife's death. His lawyer previously declined to comment on the charges.

    Her body was found about a week after she went missing about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northwest of her home. Detectives disclosed in warrants that Jennifer Rothwell, who was also 28, had been six weeks pregnant when she died.

    In the newly released search warrants, investigators say Beau Rothwell called 911 at 9:44 p.m. on Nov. 12 to report his wife of four years missing, saying he last saw her that morning as she was leaving for her job as a chemical engineer.

    He told police that her co-workers told him she didn't show up for work that day and that they were concerned. Police found her car parked near her home, with her cellphone inside.

    Beau Rothwell wouldn't let police search the home, car or cellphone, or take a DNA sample from him, according to investigators. He also requested an attorney,

    Detectives then searched a trash can placed at the curb of the home on Nov. 13. In it they found various cleaning supplies, including rubber gloves and paper towels, the warrants state. A receipt showed cleaning items had been purchased Nov. 11 from a grocery store.

    "This purchase was oddly at a time during a major snow event involving dangerous driving conditions, and was also contradictory to Beau Rothwell's statement that he was home with his wife all night," an investigator wrote in the documents.

    Police also found signs that violent acts had been committed inside the home. Detectives described an "overwhelming" smell of bleach and other cleaners inside the home as well as several "large areas of red stain" at the base of the basement steps. DNA tests confirmed that the blood found in the home was Jennifer Rothwell's.

    There was also damage to drywall in the basement, which had samples of human hair, the warrants state.

    The blood-stained areas were wet with detergent and had a circulating fan blowing air over the area, and the basement windows were open despite temperatures that were in the 30s.

    Beau and Jennifer Rothwell received chemical engineering degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2013. They married in 2015 in St. Louis County.

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