"They are leaving no stone unturned as far as trying to corral everyone they can and talk to them and interview them about what happened and what was going on that night", Rosemont Police spokesman Gary Mack told the Chicago Tribune on Monday. Jenkins was pronounced dead at 12:48 a.m.at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, located at 5440 N. River Rd., according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's office. "Somebody inside that room knows what happened", Andrew Holmes, the activist working with Jenkins' family, told WGN.
Martin said police initially told her Jenkins was intoxicated when she entered the freezer, that "freak accidents like that do occur". Rumors on Twitter, however, claimed Jenkins' friends set her up to be raped and killed for money. If her daughter was drunk, she said, she would have had a hard time opening the freezer door on her own. "Why can't I see how she died?" "It's just considered a death investigation at this point".
Jenkins left her house on Chicago's West Side to attend the party with friends at about 11:30 p.m. Friday, according to police.
Although Martin went to the hotel and asked employees to immediately search any surveillance video, she said they told her they couldn't do that without a missing person's report. However, a Facebook Live video which has now gone viral is offering police clues to Jenkins prior to her death. "She was holding on to the wall", Martin said. "Within that time, maybe we could have saved my child's life".
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However, she said she wasn't satisfied with their version of events, because of safety features that make it possible to open coolers from the inside.
Martin has quesioned the validity of the police's conclusion on her daughter's death.
"She was so drunk-that was his exact words-she was so drunk she couldn't hold herself up".
More questions than answers remain surrounding the death of a Kenneka Jenkins whose body was found inside the freezer of a hotel in Rosemont early Sunday morning. "They told me she was dead around 1 a.m. but they didn't let me see her body until four hours later". Her friends called up the parents at around 4:30 am to inform that they could not find her.
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The family of a young woman found dead inside a hotel in northwest suburban Rosemont hopes to have answers as soon as Wednesday.
After she was reported missing, Crowne Plaza Hotel staff and management canvassed and searched the area, authorities said. It's unclear who found Jenkins' body, however, or whether there were signs of trauma. Anything helps. Help me get justice for her! He let me down.
The medical examiner's office says Kenneka Jenkins was found dead early Sunday morning, September 10. Social media users have been using the hashtag #KennekaJenkins to share theories of what happened to the woman, with many accusing her friends of foul play. Police have not released that video.
"In law enforcement this kind of social media has become king, so everybody with a camera is a reporter now, and they're just taking it in stride as best they can", Mack said.
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