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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Channel 4: Inmate claims to know where John Glasgow's body can be found

Posted By on Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 7:42 PM

JOHN GLASGOW: Inmates claims knowledge in case of missing businessman.
  • JOHN GLASGOW: Inmates claims knowledge in case of missing businessman.

Channel 4 is reporting the following:

A Faulkner County jail inmate with a rap sheet tells the station (through his attorney) that Little Rock businessman John Glasgow, the construction company executive missing since January 2008, was murdered and he knows where the body was buried.

The man with the information, Jon Brawner, has a record that sends up all sorts of warning signals. He says he didn't kill Glasgow but knows who did. Motive? Not given. One of several complications: Authorities once searched the place pinpointed by Brawner but came up with nothing. Channel 4 indicates there'll be another search. Glasgow's car and phone were found at Petit Jean State Park. He was last seen leaving his home for work early the morning of Jan. 28, 2008. No trace of him has emerged.

Get a taste of the inmate making the claim in this community bulletin board discussion.

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