Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Limerick Township Police Chief Robert J. Matalavage announced on February 9th the arrest of Blair Watts, 33, of Hunsberger Drive in Royersford, for First-Degree Murder and other charges related to the murder of 43-year-old Jennifer Brown of Limerick Township. Brown’s body was found on January 18th, buried in a shallow grave behind a warehouse on North 5th Avenue in Royersford.
MoreThanTheCurve.com isn’t planning to this story, however, Watts is being represented by attorney Christopher Mandracchia (pictured left above), whose office is along Fayette Street in Conshohocken. Mandracchia has been interviewed alongside Watts (pictured right) since Brown’s disappearance.
The above report from NBC10’s Deanna Durante is from two weeks ago with Mandracchia and Watts outside a courthouse. Watts’ appearance at the courthouse on this day was unrelated to this case.
Following Watts’ arrest, Mandracchia released a statement, alongside Watts’ mother, via TikTok where he stressed that Watts had cooperated with the investigation and would have turned himself in if he had been notified that police intended to charge him.
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