Trumbull County Coroner identifies body found in Warren

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WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – The Trumbull County Coroner’s Office has identified the body of a woman found in the city of Warren Saturday.

The coroner identified the victim as 32-year-old Desirae Alesia Boss. The cause of death was reported as a single gunshot wound to the head.

“I just want my baby back. I can’t get that, so I want justice,” said Denise Code, Boss’s mother.

Boss was found about 10 a.m. in a wooded area off of Choctaw SW. Anita Kraft was walking home from her neighbor’s house when she saw something in the woods that didn’t seem right.

When she took a closer look, she realized she found a person who wasn’t breathing and ran back to her neighbor’s house to call 911.

“Whoever did it, they threw her out like trash,” Kraft said.

Just four days before, her mother reported her missing to police. Her family said they were worried and they hung posters with Boss’s picture all throughout the city.

“We need justice for Desirae,” said Boss’s aunt Alesia Code.

Boss’s family is mourning the loss of a vibrant mother who’s life was cut short.

“My sister was a pistol so whoever did this to my sister, I know she gave them hell. I hope they have nightmares about it every day of their life, just like we’ll have nightmares that we’ll never see her ever again,” said Boss’s sister Dairra Boss.

“We need some justice here, Desirae was a very vibrant, she was a young lady full of energy full of love she has a child and nobody deserves, nobody deserves to be treated like this and not get justice from it,” said Boss’s uncle Timothy James.

Police are still investigating this homicide.

“I hope they catch who did it, I hope they go to jail for a very long time but at least her family has closure,” Kraft said.

This is a developing story. We will update this report as more information becomes available.

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