Chicago Teen Found Dead Inside Hotel Freezer

Jenkins found dead inside a walk-in freezer

Jenkins found dead inside a walk-in freezer

Eight of the 12 people interviewed by Rosemont police were present with Jenkins at the hotel on Friday night and Saturday morning, according to a police statement released on Wednesday.

Keeneka Jenkins was found dead in a hotel freezer.

Photo Tereasa Jenkins being comforted as she talked about her daughter, Kenneka Jenkins, in Chicago on Sunday. "It's unfortunate that some of that stuff's convoluting the investigation because all those leads have got to be followed up on", Rosemont Mayor Bradley Stephens said Wednesday.

Investigators are reviewing some 30 hours of surveillance footage from the Chicago hotel's 47 cameras.

The mayor of an IL village where a 19-year-old woman was found dead in a hotel freezer on Sunday has said that social media speculation about her death is slowing down the police investigation.

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"There are literally dozens of conspiracy theories that have been offered and countless people who are attempting to play detective and solve the case as to what happened over there", Gary Mack, a spokesman for the Village of Rosemont, told the New York Times in a Wednesday phone interview.

The case has prompted huge interest on social media with observers analyzing videos posted online by Jenkins' friends-some of whom were with her on the evening she went missing-and in some cases accusing the friends of being involved in her death.

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"We are saddened by this news, and our thoughts are with the young woman and her family during this hard time", the hotel said in a statement.

Martin also blasted the hotel, claiming that her daughter would still be alive if the hotel had acted to search for her earlier. Police told the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday that Jenkins' mother, Tereasa Martin, would be shown the security footage on Thursday.

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"I don't think anything has been ruled in or ruled out at this point", Mack said. They only began reviewing it themselves once police had been in contact hours later.

"Those were double steel doors, she didn't just pop them open".

Martin questioned police's explanation of how Jenkins ended up in the freezer while she was drunk. "It's a full-blown investigation, but it is a death investigation", he told the paper. Police have also said they are waiting on a toxicology report to try and determine the cause of death. Police did not disclose who found Jenkins' body because of the ongoing investigation. Martin previously said she was "horrified" by her daughter's death, saying it was "something that no one could ever imagine".

Despite the dearth of confirmed facts surrounding the case, speculation that Jenkins' demise was the result of foul play has been rampant on social media.

A GoFundMe page set up to help cover Jenkins' funeral costs was taken down not long after it was set up because, Holmes said, the person who initiated it was not connected to Jenkins or her family.

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