This call for justice is not in Ferguson, Maryland, Ohio, or New York. It’s here, in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The Sheriff, who professes honor, integrity, and service, has done just the opposite and is a threat to justice everywhere.
At the time, the Onslow County Sheriff’s Department asked for the public’s help in searching for Tre’ after a missing person
The friends and family of Mr. McFadden still have a lot of questions and concerns but have received no answers. His death has been poorly investigated since it occurred on May 16, 2017. After police spoke to the men who were with Tre’, Tre’s mother, Monica Jones, turned their names in, they closed the case and deemed the men as witnesses.
Bradley Taylor Reece, Justin Allen Butson, and Charles Oliver Adams. All of these men were with Tre’ McFadden at the time of his death and all were deemed witnesses by Sheriff Hans Miller. They did not come forward about what happened to McFadden the early morning of May 16th nor did they call 9-1-1 because they thought he had survived the jump and ran off somewhere.
Tre’ was killed on his 24th birthday by the aforementioned men. When police questioned them, they told detectives that they looked for McFadden but failed to locate him. Despite the fact that
All three men had to be located by police because none of them came forward.
All three men were jailed on charges of committing other crimes after Tre’s murder.
On Tuesday, May 23, 2017, approximately eight days after Tre’ is alleged to have jumped from a moving vehicle, Butson took detectives to the precise location of where his body lay–dead in a ditch on Stella Road in Onslow County.
The Medical Examiner, M.G.F. Gilliand, M.D., examined McFadden but also relied on information provided by detectives
No forensic tests were conducted at the site where McFadden’s body was recovered to confirm or refute what Reece, Adams, and Butson told investigators. There were no signs of skid marks or blood stains at the scene. Skid marks on the road would confirm that brakes were immediately applied when he “jumped” from the vehicle.
A peaceful protest will be held at the Onslow County Sheriff’s Department, Saturday, December 30, 2017, at 11 AM to demand that Sheriff Hans Miller and District Attorney Earnie Lee charge Justin Allen Butson, Charles Olive Adams, and Bradley Taylor Reece for the murder of Tre’ McFadden.