In this article, we are going to share a very informative topic. A Brooklyn man named Martin Wright has disappeared. He was last seen on February 7, 2023. Now, police have finally found him buried in a shallow grave after many months. This case has been turned over to the New York Police Department. It is under investigation at this time. Now people are very curious to know about this whole case. So, read the entire article to the end.
What happened to Martin Wright?
On Sunday, May 7, 2023, the remains of Martin Wright, a missing Brooklyn resident, were discovered in Connecticut. On February 7, 2023, Wright was reported missing. Martin’s brother, McMillian, is the prime suspect in the murder, according to New York investigators. Authorities believe McMillian and Martin Wright got into an argument that escalated into a fight and resulted in the victim sustaining head injuries. Authorities have not provided any additional information about the circumstances surrounding Wright’s death because the matter is still being investigated. Authorities had charged Martin Wright’s brother with the murder in April before his body was found. Additionally, he is charged with fabricating business documents, concealing a body, tampering with physical evidence and criminal possession of a loaded revolver.
Craig Smith, 48, his alleged murder accomplice, has been charged with concealing a human corpse and tampering with evidence. According to Yahoo News, the NYPD believed that McMillian Wright murdered Martin Wright on January 28, 2023. Authorities believe that McMillian’s residence at 773A Monroe St. in Brooklyn, New York, was the scene of the altercation and subsequent murder. On February 7, a few days later, a woman who knew Martin reported him missing to the police. The only thing New York authorities said about Martin Wright’s body was that he had significant head injuries, but Norwich police said they believed he had been shot. They believe that McMillian Wright and Craig Smith dumped the body in the park shortly after the murder.
when the victim’s body was found in a shallow grave months later. Authorities reviewed the available information and concluded that Wright did not die at the park. Before the remains were found, NYPD officers were able to reach the same conclusion thanks to ballistics evidence. With 15 fights under his belt, Martin Wright was a former professional boxer from Brooklyn. He won 11 fights in his career, which spanned from 2006 to 2015. Wright reportedly won a title during his career and used his knowledge to teach boxing around the neighborhood, according to Bronx 12. We’ll share more details of this case soon until then. watch out for PKB news.