New details emerge about the death of South Carolina mother who disappeared after making a frantic 911 call

The South Carolina Coroner has recently disclosed the cause of death for a mother who went missing after making a frantic 911 call several months ago.

Jamilla Smith, a 30-year-old woman, went missing on December 2, 2023, in Aiken County, located on the border of Georgia and South Carolina.

On May 2, authorities made a public statement revealing the discovery of Smith’s remains in a wooded area adjacent to Silver Bluff Road.

According to WJBF, the Aiken County Coroner revealed that Smith’s cause of death was gunshot wounds to the head.

Daniel Harmon, Smith’s ex-boyfriend, has been arrested and charged with kidnapping and murder in connection to Smith’s death.

Bryan Hampton, a resident of Augusta, and Clyde Hendley, hailing from Bath, SC, have also been taken into custody in connection with the case on charges of being accessories after the fact.

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