Police authorities in Georgia arrested the brother-in-law of the slain missing Georgia mom of four for playing a big role in her fatal death.
Georgia Mom Went Missing
Georgia mom of four identified as Imani Roberson was last seen on July 16 when she went to her mother’s house for dinner with her children. She left her two kids at her mother’s house and took her 1-month-old and 3-year-old home with her.
In a published article in TRUE CRIME DAILY, Andujar-White called her daughter the next day but no one answered. She immediately called Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office and reported that her daughter was missing. Andujar-White said they spoke through the phone once a day but she became worried that day because her daughter did not answer her phone.
Roberson’s Brother-In-Law Was Arrested
According to a published article in NBC News, Roberson’s burned Mazda SUV was located 30 miles away from her home on July 27. It was found during the investigation that there was foul play in the incident.
Furthermore, her body was found on August 4 and her husband was charged and arrested. Her husband, Donell Anderson, will face several charges, including malice murder and felony murder. Likewise, her brother-in-law, Cedarius Glaze, was also arrested for playing a big role in disposing Roberson’s body.