She Met Her Killer On MillionaireMatch.com

Updated March 5, 2021

By
Chrissy Stockton

Franchesca Brown family, Johnson County Police Department

By
Chrissy Stockton

Upgraded March 5, 2021

Franchesca Brown household, Johnson County Police Department

Busy with her job, Brown decided to sign up with a dating website in order to try to find love. She signed up with MillionaireMatch.com. On the site, Brown met 44-year-old John Meredith Hodges. Hodges was a just recently wed daddy of four. He had no rap sheet. His wife, who did not know he was dating, called him a “great man”. Contrary to the websites name, Hodges was no millionaire. He had actually recently stated personal bankruptcy where he divulged he was a million dollars in financial obligation.

The two fulfilled once and after that made strategies to travel to a medical conference Brown was going to in Overland Park, KS. Brown didnt inform her good friends she was on millionairematch.com and she didnt tell them about Hodges. Nobody in Browns life knew who Hodges was or that she had actually planned to go on a trip with him.

John Meredith Hodges was charged with first-degree murder for the death of Franchesca Brown. Regrettably, he devoted suicide in jail and was never founded guilty.

On September 3, Brown and Hodges attended an occasion at the medical conference together. On Sept. 8, when she had actually not returned as planned from the conference, Franchesca Browns mom reported her missing. While investigating, police found no one had actually seen or heard from her given that Sept. 3. On Sept. 12, her body was discovered inside a tarp in a remote location near her hotel in Overland Park.

On the site, Brown fulfilled 44-year-old John Meredith Hodges. Brown didnt inform her friends she was on millionairematch.com and she didnt inform them about Hodges. No one in Browns life knew who Hodges was or that she had actually planned to go on a journey with him.

In 2012, Franchesca Brown was a 39-year-old pediatrician living in Myrtle Beach, SC. After high school, Brown joined the air force where she served for 9 years prior to going to Duke Medical School and starting her medical career.

After murdering Brown, Hodges used her credit cards. He sent $10,000 of Browns cash to his ex-wife for back child support.

On September 3, Brown and Hodges attended an occasion at the medical conference together. After killing Brown, Hodges used her credit cards.

One of Franchescas classmates stated, “She essentially was the ideal individual in this neighborhood.”