Monday’s Missing, or Murdered Crime report(Updated): Emily Elizabeth Montgomery.

December 14, 2020. Published by Robbie Raptor.

**Updated 12-23-2020****

Police were able to locate Emily Montgomery’s body in Raleigh, a little more than a week after arresting and charging her boyfriend with her murder.

On Saturday, police located the body of Emily Montgomery near the 7300 block of ACC Blvd. in Raleigh, according to a release from the Apex Police Department.

Montgomery, a 26-year-old mother, was last seen on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving, at about 10 p.m. at her home in Apex, near Raleigh, according to a release from the Apex Police Department.

Her family reported her missing on Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving.

On Dec. 9, police served Jose Carlos Jacome-Granizo, 29, of Raleigh, with an arrest warrant in connection with Montgomery’s death, police wrote in the release. He is charged with first-degree murder.

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Every Monday Crime-reader.com post an article featuring a recent murder, or missing person investigation currently being reported around the United States of America. Today’s article focuses on the missing person case, turned murder investigation of 26-year-old, North Carolina native Emily Elizabeth Montgomery.

Photo of Emily Montgomery, 26. (Taken from CBS17.com)

On December 1st, 2020 Apex Police Department was contacted by Emily’s mother after she had failed to make any contact with her daughter for an “extended period of time,” authorities issued a Silver Alert to the general public. Family members told local police they had last seen Emily the day before Thanksgiving at her home in Apex, North Carolina around 10pm.

According to Local North Carolina news station, CBS17.com a man by the name of Jose Carlos Jacome-Granizo, 29 from Raleigh, N.C has been charged with murder in the death of Emily Montgomery. For now there in no further information as to what evidence led to Jose Carlos Jacome-Granizo’s arrest, or news of what happened to Emily Montgomery’s body, investigators believe she was murdered by Jacome-Granizo some time during thanksgiving day of this year.

Photo of Jose Carlos Jacome-Granizo (courtesy of WRAL.com)

Jose Carlos Jacome-Granizo is scheduled to appear in court on December 17, 2020. Jacome-Granizo, was previously charged with assault with a deadly weapon with an intent to kill, and assault on a female in 2016. As this case progresses, and new information becomes available to the public, be sure to check back every week for any new updates that may have occurred.

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