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‘It ended up the way we feared’: Brother reacts after Perry County woman’s remains identified – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-10-19 23:29:53 –

Perry County, Tennessee (WKRN) —Tuesday night, the Perry County Security Officer’s office confirmed that the body found on the banks of the Tennessee River on Sunday belonged to Rosanna Zambon.

The 77-year-old woman went missing at the end of March, and neighbors and police searched for weeks, but found nothing.

State coroners used dental records to confirm that the body belonged to Zadakaus. Her brother, Tom Josef, spoke with News 2 about the catastrophic loss.

“I’m really happy that there was a closure here,” Joseph said. “You know it’s coming, but when it finally hits you, you’re going,’Did it really happen?’ It’s a shock. It’s definitely a shock. About it Is unquestionable. “

Sheriff Nick Weems of Perry County says this is still classified as a death investigation, but they have not ruled out murder. He says some things in her house “did not sum” when the investigator searched for it.

“The big mystery now is the wallet. The wallet doesn’t exist and it’s a big mystery. How did she get the drug out of the front door? And why wasn’t her wallet there anymore? It’s It’s really weird, “said Joseph.

Joseph said that when law enforcement first searched his sister’s house, her front door was open, her TV was on, her bed wasn’t set up, her wallet and keys were gone. Say I found.

Investigators found the key to Zadakaus’s car near her over the weekend, but how she got there remains a mystery.

“Hopefully more will soon come about why she disappeared and how she was where she was,” Joseph said.

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Joseph says his sister still has a $ 10,000 reward for the information. If you know anything about what happened to Zadakaus, call Perry County Sheriff’s Office (931) 295-0303.

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