Elizabeth Garrow Death – Dead | Obituary – Passed Away
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Missing Elizabeth Garrow, Pregnant 19-Year-Old, Found Dead
Elizabeth Garrow was a 19-year-old pregnant mother from Madison County, New York, who went missing on Wednesday. On Sunday morning, her family said that Garrow’s body had been found.
In a Facebook post, her older sister Emily Lloyd wrote: “We just got a call they found lizzies body she didnt make it… please keep my family in your prayers through this difficult time. Per mom i was given permission to post this right now. Why did this have to happen. Rip little sis. Only 19.. not even fair.”
Garrow was last seen on Wednesday between 11am and noon at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Canastota, a small village to the east of Syracuse. She was with her husband, 24-year-old George McDonald Jr.
McDonald was arrested on Friday on charges of violating his probation unrelated to his wife’s disappearance. The District Attorney’s Office also charged him with 2nd-degree criminal contempt. McDonald is currently being held at the Madison County Jail.
The Sheriff’s Office has yet to publicly confirm that Garrow’s body was found and positively identified.
Sheriff Todd Hood said that nearly 100 officials showed up to help in the search for Garrow. Saturday they searched a substantial piece of land of about 100 square miles, including swamps and ponds.
A reporter asked Hood about McDonald’s arrest and whether he was being questioned in Garrow’s disappearance, and Hood stated that he had been questioned but had invoked his right to remain silent. Hood also confirmed that Garrow had a restraining order against McDonald. He had been on probation for a “strangulation charge,” Hood said, but he could not confirm if that charge was due to an incident involving Garrow.
Law enforcement and search and rescue officials from various agencies helped in the search, including New York State Forest Rangers, New York State Environmental Conservation Police, New York State Police, Bridgeport Volunteer Fire Department, Canastota Police Department, U.S. Marshalls, Madison County Search and Rescue, Oswego County Search and Rescue, Massasuaga Search and Rescue, and Wilderness Search and Rescue.
Garrow’s sisters said she was a devoted mother of 1-year-old Annovia and often posted photos of herself with her daughter. Her sisters, 27-year-old Lloyd and 25-year-old Melissa Bush, were concerned about foul play from the start. Lloyd said Garrow lived for her daughter: “This is very unusual for her,” Lloyd said. “She wouldn’t leave.”
Bush gave birth to a daughter on the day Garrow went missing and she said they spoke just 39 minutes before she disappeared. She said that her sister had been excited to meet her niece. Bush and Lloyd said that they believed McDonald was involved. They said the two married after dating for only a few months and Garrow had recently shared that she was in the early stages of pregnancy.
Garrow’s mother, Samantha Campbell, said after her disappearance: “I just hope that she comes home safely, and I love you Lizzie wherever you are at mom loves you. If you can’t get somewhere, I hope God watches over you and helps you because I am praying, and I miss you.”
Elizabeth Garrow was a 19-year-old pregnant mother from New York who went missing on Wednesday and whose body has just been found.
We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.