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Destini Smothers, 26, died of a forceful impact to the head, a skull fracture and a brain injury.
The woman whose body was found in the trunk of an abandoned car in Queens suffered a skull fracture, and her death was ruled a homicide, authorities said.
Destini Smothers, 26, died of a forceful impact to the head, a skull fracture and a brain injury, according to the city’s medical examiner’s office.
Johann Barley, Destini Smothers’ cousin, speaking to the media after the murder
Smothers’ body was found Wednesday in the trunk of a dark sedan without license plates on Lefferts Boulevard near 150th Avenue in South Ozone Park, deputies said.
Sanitation Department workers made the grisly discovery after opening the trunk of the car, which they were towing, police said.
Smothers had been missing since November 2, 2020.
Smothers, a mother of two young children from Troy, near Albany, disappeared Nov. 3.
She was last seen that night leaving the Bowlero bowling alley in Woodside, where she attended a birthday party with her boyfriend, according to a missing person report.
Police at the location in Queens where Smothers’ body was found.
Smothers had had a “heated argument” with his boyfriend, who is the father of his children, the report said.
Law enforcement sources told The Post last week that the car belonged to Smothers’ boyfriend and that cops were seeking to speak to him.