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Judge rules man accused of killing Jennifer Brown will be held on all charges

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LIMERKICK, Pa. - The business partner of a Montgomery County mother who was later found dead after being reported missing will be head to trial on charges including murder, a judge ruled Thursday.

The body of 43-year-old Jennifer Brown was found partially buried next to a business in Royersford two weeks after she was reported missing.

Blair Watts, a friend and business partner charged with the murder of Brown, first reported her missing on Jan. 4 and initially told police that he had Brown's son at his house for a planned sleepover.

Prosecutors alleged Thursday that Watts defrauded Brown about the venture to open a restaurant in Phoenixville, and that even after he was told the deal wasn't going to happen on New Year's Eve he acted as if it was.

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