A Minnesota man that has been missing for two weeks was found in his girlfriend's freezer on Monday, and the police are searching for the whereabouts of the girlfriend's children.
Eddie Sole, 58, called a friend on July 31 and told him he was leaving Chicago because he said that his girlfriend Jetaun Wheeler, 29, was "crazy."
A few days later when Eddie didn't arrive in Chicago, his brother went to Wheeling's home on the 5700 block of Wood Duck Circle in Shorewood looking for him, but when he arrived Wheeler ran out of the door, reports KMSP news. Police were called and they talked to Wheeler and she said she had dropped off Eddie at the Megabus stop and has not heard from him since.
Authorities returned to Wheeler's home with a search warrant on Aug. 21. They found a patch of carpeting that did not match the original carpet and the old carpet rolled up underneath a mattress. It had what was assumed to be blood on it. In the garage police found more blood and looked inside a new freezer that was behind a mattress and found a man's body wrapped in plastic. A neighbor told media that the man was Eddie.
Wheeler has been charged with second-degree murder, and the police are looking for her children that are 10, 8, and 7. The police were called to the house to check on them earlier this year when she allegedly told someone that she was going to drop her kids off at a hospital because they'd be better off without her, and it was found the children were not in school. When the police arrived she refused to let them talk to her children and Wheeler was subsequently arrested. Authorities at this time believe the children may have been placed in protective custody and are not in danger.
“We don’t know what the children went through,” Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman told the Star Tribune.