Jordan Cox, Wyandotte, MI – When Cox, age 27, stopped responding to his family’s texts at the end of March, they started to become concerned about him. In a post that she made on Facebook yesterday, Jordan’s aunt Kim Cox revealed that her niece’s skeletal remains were among those discovered by the authorities. Her cause of death has not been officially determined at this time. According to what Kim had to say to The United States Sun, “She is deeply missed by both her family and friends, and we are very saddened by this tragic loss.” A friend of the family wrote on a GoFundMe page that was established to assist pay the expense of Jordan’s burial that the family had gotten official news that the detectives investigating Jordan’s abduction had located her remains. “The Cox family has received official word that the detectives investigating Jordan’s disappearance have located her remains,” the friend said.
She went on to say that “this is the absolute worst scenario imaginable in the nightmare that this week has been for them all.” After not hearing from Jordan for several days, her family decided to get in touch with the authorities on March 31. According to the Wyandotte Police Department, Jordan left her house in order to assist her father in moving boxes into his apartment. This is the reason why she was reported missing. Her aunt shared with The News-Herald that she never visited her father in the apartment he shared with her.
Jordan was last seen between 3 and 5 pm on March 26. According to Kim Cox, friends and relatives had made extensive searches all around the Downriver neighborhood and in Detroit. On his Facebook page, friends and family have shared their condolences and memories of Jordan. One of your friends wrote to you, “You were such a sweet baby, and I’m so sorry that this happened to you.” Another close friend expressed their love for Jojo by saying, “I love you so much forever and always my forever best friend, and now my angel.”