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Kiernan Brown ( Michigan Double Murder Suspect) Bio, Wiki, Age, Ex-Girlfriend, Murder Victims, Arrest & Charges

Kiernan Brown ( Michigan Double Murder Suspect)

Kiernan Brown Bio, Wiki

Kiernan Brown is a 27-year-old Delta Township, Michigan man with a lengthy record of abusing women. He is accused in the double murders of Kaylee Ann Brock and Julie Ann Mooney. Brown was caught during a “killing spree”  according to the police. He was arrested before he could kill two other women who were on his target list, according to investigations.

Kiernan Murder Victims 

Kiernan Brown murdered Kaylee Ann Brock and Julie Ann Mooney in two separate incidents on May 10. Brock a 26-year-old of Holt, Michigan, and Mooney a 32-year-old of Williamston were both found beaten to death, police said. Brown, who knew both of the victims, was arrested after sending disturbing texts to his ex-girlfriend and showing up at her home in violation of a protective order, according to police. Brown’s ex-girlfriend was not one of his targets, police said. The other two women were found safe and were being provided protection as a precaution, police said.

Both of the victims were mothers. Mooney is survived by her two children, a 7-year-old while Kaylee Brock was also a mother to a young son. It is not clear how she knew brown.

Kaylee Brock
Kaylee Brock
Julie Mooney
Julie Mooney

Kiernan Murder Murder Case

Brown’s murder case is being investigated by the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office, the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office and Meridian Township Police. Brown was arrested after a traffic stop in Eaton County. Mooney was found dead in Meridian Township and Brock was killed in Ingham County, according to investigations

The Ingham County Sheriffs Office saved many more lives, there is no doubt the suspect was on a killing spree.  The investigation has identified two additional potential victims (not including the original caller) that the suspect had planned to kill. They have all been contacted and are all safe.”

“A great coordinated effort by our partners at Ingham County and Meridian Township. Our thoughts go out to the families and loved ones of the victims. We are proud our deputies acted quickly and ended this murder spree.” Eaton County Sheriffs office said.

Kiernan Brown Arrest And Charges 

The suspect was apprehended on some outstanding warrants. During the stop, the suspect told the deputies that he wanted to show them some images on his phone. The suspect then went on to show the deputies images of what appeared to be two deceased females.

A 26-year old white female of Holt was found dead of multiple blunt force trauma due to investigations done by Ingham County Sheriff’s Office Delhi Division and Meridian Township Police which went to do welfare checks at the two female residences.

A 32 white female of Williamston was found dead of multiple blunt force trauma according to the respond made by Meridian Township  of 2700 block of E. Grand River.

According to police Brock’s apartment door in Ingham County was found open and she was dead inside. Mooney was found dead in a hotel room in Meridian Township.

Surveillance video shows Brown and Mooney coming and going from a hotel room at the Knights Inn in Meridian Township on the night she died, the Lansing State Journal reports. Police also have videos of Brown buying weapons used in the killings, but prosecutors have not said what those items were, according to the newspaper.

As Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wrigglesworth says at a press conference, “I can’t say enough about the incredible police work is done by the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office. To locate the vehicle in such short order, take the suspect into custody, quickly relay that information to us so that could begin our investigation has been invaluable,” he also went on to say, “I don’t think there is any doubt that the suspect was on a killing spree and his quick capture probably saved many lives. As a matter of fact, since we have been working this investigation we have learned that there were other victims this guy intended to kill. We have made contact with all of those female victims and they are all fine.”

“These weren’t random acts,” Wrigglesworth said. “The other females we’ve since made contact with, it sounds like they knew this guy as well to some degree.”

Police, Ex-girlfriend and Deceased Relatives Statements


Brown messaged his ex-girlfriend and said he had been “riding the demons of some dear friends of his.” He also wrote that he “loved her so he spared her,” and said “she would know what that meant soon,” authorities said. Brown fled from the home before police arrived and were then found by Eaton County deputies driving on Interstate-69 less than an hour later, according to police.


Deceased Relatives statements

Mooney’s boyfriend, Connor Barnes, told WILX-TV that his girlfriend knew Brown because they were co-workers at a Chili’s restaurant and had been trying to help him, but she was “betrayed” by him. “She was tragically taken away. How the hell do I keep going?” Barnes said during an interview with the news station. “She was particular, she was driven, she was a passionate mother. She enjoyed her independence and her free time. It seems like she was under the impression that he was having a very, very difficult time and she was willing to do whatever she could to make it better. She wanted to help somebody that night and she was betrayed and I’m torn up over that.”


“She was driven to make other people’s lives better,” he said. Barnes also said he wants justice, not vengeance. I hear her telling me like, don’t hate this person. I didn’t, I tried to help him. It’s really tragic that I can still have that kind of compassion for somebody. I think she taught me that to some degree,” Barnes told the news station that he wants his girlfriend to be remembered for what she was trying to do.


A GoFundMe has been set up to help Brock’s family with funeral expenses.

Brock’s younger sister wrote on the GoFundMe campaign page, “Kaylee was the only person I knew that loved everyone. no matter the situation she always had a smile on her face. She loved all her family. My little sister did not deserve the senseless act of another. Kaylee Ann Brock 26 years of age was the sweetest, gentlest, respectful, loving, caring, and genuine, individual anyone could’ve ever met. Her smile so bright and permanent; if you ever saw her she smiled enough to light up the room for everyone in it. Her kindness to others was beyond any most could offer, her listening ear was so much comfort for many, and again her permanent smile was the sunshine to others day.”

Brock’s father wrote, “Kaylee is my best supporter, my loudest cheerleader and loved me unconditionally always. Even when I am being grumpy or irritated by one of her many many texts. She loved her arts and crafts, food, cooking, reading and movies and shopping with her mom. But most of all she loved her family and friends. She would sit with me for hours watching movies with me or watching me play video games. She never complained about anything and was down to do anything if it was with her family. I spent most of my life and all of her caring for this beautiful young lady and I will miss her greatly. I tried to always be there for her and now that she has moved on I will try to continue to be there for her.”

Her mother added, “She was like sunshine and could brighten a room just by smiling. She was always optimistic and never had a bad word to say about anyone. She was my shopping and craft show partner and LOVED to cook and help in the kitchen”.

Kiernan Brown Convicted for Assaulting an Ex-Girlfriend

Kiernan Brown pleaded guilty to assault by strangulation and domestic violence and was sentenced to 3 1/2 years to 20 years in prison in a 2014 case involving an ex-girlfriend, according to court documents. He was released from custody on parole in 2018 after serving the minimum end of the sentence.

“He grabbed my head, he grabbed a hold of my hair, and he hit my head into the wall … I know that he choked me after that with both hands,” his ex-girlfriend said, according to court documents.

The victim, in that case, Jessica Weck, told WILX-TV she had a “sinking feeling” when she heard about the double murders and thought it might be her ex-boyfriend. Weck told the Michigan news station she began dating Brown in 2012 and had an “on-again-off-again” relationship.” Weck said she reported him to police in 2014 after surviving through abuse during the relationship. They first met at a bus station in Lansing and he was charming, but Weck said he soon showed his other side, which she described as “troubled, twisted and abusive.”

According to Weck, Brown strangled her to the point where she blacked out. She agreed to a plea deal when he was arrested. “I cried for myself that I should, I shouldn’t have accepted, shouldn’t have let the prosecutors give him that plea bargain. That maybe they would be alive,” Weck told the news station.

She said she was notified in March 2018 that Brown had been released from prison, but she hadn’t spoken to him since his release. She said she had seen him by chance in Lansing a few times in the past year, but told the news station he didn’t see her. She is not the ex-girlfriend who Brown texted after the killings, according to police.

Weck filed for a protective order after his release, telling the court, “He threatened to kill me no matter the time frame. I’m afraid of what he might do.”

Kiernan Brown Other Convictions

Kiernan Brown has several other convictions on his record and a court file that goes back several years, according to public records. In May 2011, Brown injured himself and displayed homicidal behavior, according to court documents. He told a caseworker he wanted to be the “best serial killer people had ever seen,” the news station reports. He also looked up photos of serial killers on his phone and had long conversations about the topic, WILX reports. The social worker ordered that Brown be hospitalized for a short period.

Kiernan Brown pic

Brown also has convictions for larceny from a motor vehicle, assaulting or resisting a police officer, attempted larceny from a motor vehicle, second-degree home invasion, and parole violations, according to Michigan Department of Corrections records. He spent 300 days in jail in 2013, and then returned for 65 days on a probation violation. He also spent 30 days in jail in 2014 and 15 for violating his probation.

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