Former NFL Player Deported Back to U.S. to Face Charges for Horrible Crime

Former NFL player Sergio Brown has been taken into custody after police issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with the death of his mother. The 35-year-old former defensive back was apprehended by law enforcement officials in San Diego and is awaiting extradition to Illinois to face charges related to the murder of his 73-year-old mother, Myrtle Jean Simmons-Brown.

Myrtle Jean Simmons-Brown was found dead in a creek behind her Chicago home in mid-September. According to officials, she had sustained injuries from an assault. The circumstances surrounding her death were initially unclear, but the evidence led investigators to suspect foul play.

Authorities managed to locate and apprehend Sergio Brown after he was deported from Mexico back to the United States. He was detained by law enforcement officials on Tuesday and is now awaiting extradition to Illinois to face charges related to the murder of his mother.

The deportation from Mexico was not without incident. Brown allegedly caused a disturbance on an extradition flight from Mexico City to Tijuana, leading to a confrontation with the plane’s captain. Despite the tumultuous journey, law enforcement successfully brought Brown back to the U.S. to face the pending charges.

Following Myrtle Jean Simmons-Brown’s death, her family issued a statement requesting law enforcement agencies, particularly the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, to diligently pursue the truth and accountability in this case. They firmly believe that there is sufficient evidence to make an arrest and bring justice for their beloved mother.

The family has not been able to speak with Sergio Brown but expressed their concern for his well-being and urged him to return to the U.S. immediately. Despite the tragic circumstances, they remain hopeful and united, drawing strength from their mother’s words of resilience during tough times.


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