Family members say NOPD identified 20-year-old Shane Brown as body found in New Orleans East Canal

Gloria Brown is still grasping what happened. She said NOPD identified the body found on Morrison and Gannon Road in the New Orleans East Canal as her 20-year-old son, Shane Brown. She last spoke to him on Monday, March 21. “He did not come home on Monday. He went to work and I’m waiting for him. Calls are just going to voicemail. Parental instincts are starting to kick in. I said, something’s not right,” Brown said. On Wednesday she reported he was missing. After that his phone and car were found. Brown said, “I prayed to God the night before. Now we have a car. And maybe we have a phone. I want him back. However, you bring him back, but you bring him back to me. One day or more. They later found the body in a ditch. ” Shane is a New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School graduate. A specialty both academically and athletically. He enjoyed basketball, swimming and taekwondo. His greatest love movie, though. “He focused too early on to become a director,” Brown said. While in high school, Shane co-directed and wrote the short film “Like a Ship Without a Sail”, which tells the story of a boy who lives in the city and earns him a recognizable reputation throughout the city. ” How it transforms from being captured into city life, “Brown said. Shane had big dreams of becoming an aerospace engineer. But his glorious future ended so quickly that there were many questions surrounding his death. While police are investigating, Brown said he is taking comfort in his faith. She says Shane’s life is short, but his memory still lingers. “Bad thoughts do not bring him back. Revenge does not bring him back. It does not fill my heart with anything. My thing is I have to celebrate his life,” Brown said. Brown believes his son may have been a victim of carjacking. If you know anything about Shane’s death, please call Crime Stoppers at 822-1111.

Gloria Brown is still grasping what happened. She said NOPD identified the body found on Morrison and Gannon Road in the New Orleans East Canal as her 20-year-old son, Shane Brown. She last spoke with him on Monday, March 21st.

“It’s Monday when he gets home. He’s gone to work and I’m hoping for him. Calls are just going into the voicemail. Parental instincts are starting to kick in. I’m told him, something is not right,” Brown said.

On Wednesday she complained that she had not been seen. After that his phone and car were found.

Brown said, “I prayed to God the night before. Now we have a car. And maybe we have a phone. I want him back. However, you bring him back, but you bring him back to me. One day or more. They later found the body in a ditch. “

Shane is a New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School graduate. A specialty both academically and athletically. He enjoyed basketball, swimming and taekwondo.

His greatest love movie, though.

“He focused too early on to become a director,” Brown said.

While still in high school, Shane co-directed and wrote the short film “Like a Ship Without a Sail”, which tells the story of a child who lives in the city and earns him a nationwide recognition.

“It’s almost like a young student’s life and how their life also changes from working well to being trapped into city life,” Brown said.

Shane had big dreams of becoming an aerospace engineer. But his glorious future ended so quickly that there were many questions surrounding his death.

While police are investigating, Brown said he is taking comfort in his faith. She said that even though Shane lost his life, his memory still lingers.

“Bad thoughts do not bring him back. Revenge does not bring him back. It does not fill my heart with anything. My thing is I have to celebrate his life,” Brown said.

Brown believes his son may be a victim of carjacking.

If you know anything about Shane’s death, please call Crime Stoppers 822-1111.

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