Photos appeared to show mom was in Hawaii, but son is charged with murder, cops say

Photos and text messages appeared to show a woman had been in Hawaii for months, but now her son is charged with murder, Arkansas police said.

On June 24, family members told police they had had no contact with Nancy Glover-Warren, 68, other than text messages since late April, according to the Conway Police Department. .

The text messages indicated that Glover-Warren had traveled to Hawaii.

Family members have asked officers to conduct a wellness check at his home, according to a statement from the Conway Police Department.

When officers arrived, they spoke to her son, Raymond Martin Jr., 49, who was living with her, police said. He told police he spoke with his mother weekly and that she was in Hawaii, the post said.

Her social media profiles also appeared to show she was in Hawaii, police said.

On July 5, one of Glover-Warren’s friends received a photo of a beach in a text message from Glover-Warren that said the photo was from Hawaii, police said. The photo actually came from a Google search, according to police.

Detectives obtained a search warrant and searched Glover-Warren’s home on July 6. They found his remains inside, police said.

Martin was arrested for capital murder, abuse of a corpse, forgery, fraudulent use of a credit or debit card and theft of property, according to police.

Police did not say when detectives believe Glover-Warren died.

A police department spokesperson did not respond to a request for additional information.

Conway is about 30 miles north of Little Rock.

An obituary for Glover-Warren could not be found online.

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