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The card was linked to the victim’s phone — and bank officials told Andrea that someone had tried to make a wire transfer.“It may be something, it may be nothing,” Andrea Gibbon said. While staying at the Gibb's Chateau owned by her grandparents, Gibbon was looking for bartending work in the hope of saving money to attend film school in Europe, relatives said. Very polite, very friendly person,” said her uncle Claude Gibbon, 51.A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help with costs.Desiree Gibbon had been scheduled to fly home on Thursday.NEW YORK (CBSNew York) — The family of an aspiring Queens model and filmmaker who was killed on the island of Jamaica is searching for answers about her death, but their efforts suffered a setback as relatives got ready to head to the Caribbean.The family of Desiree Gibbon was in their home Friday without closure. ” the victim’s aunt, Peggy Brunner, told CBS2’s Magdalena Doris.
Andrea Gibbon said her daughter made friends on the island, and insisted that she would never go out at night alone."My belief is it was a cold, calculated, planned out murder," Andrea Gibbon said. It is somebody she knew, somebody she trusted, and somebody who betrayed her."Desiree Gibbon's parents plan to fly to Jamaica Friday to meet with investigators, and hope to bring her body back to a funeral.
His worst fears were realized when detectives showed up at his place with a photo of his slain niece and one of her sandals.
Teen accused of killing grandma was found with guns, bloody knife They told him they had received a tip that she might have been staying there. “They said they had bad news and showed me the photo to identify her.” News of Gibbon’s gruesome murder left her friends in Queens stunned and heartbroken.
The 26-year-old’s body is 1,500 miles away in Jamaica, where she was found slain Saturday in a small town outside the resort her grandmother owns in Montego Bay. CBS2 spoke to her mother, Andrea Gibbon, Thursday night.
“In a bush in the country, where she would never have traveled, not ever,” she said. She fought until her last breath.” As the investigation into her killing continues, the family is now working to expedite the process to get a death certificate and bring her back to New York. “I need to lay her to rest, and I need her here.” Unfortunately, after being bound for Jamaica, Gibbon’s parents walked back into their apartment building, bags in hand.