My heart is at peace but where is Chavelle’s remains

Thelma Wong, grandmother of Chavelle Dillon Burgess, says “My heart is at peace, now that justice is served.”

Speaking exclusively to TNN after the guilty verdict was handed down against Kamal Worrell, the man convicted of the murder of Ms. Dillon Burgess sometime between April and May 2022.

Ms. Wong told TNN there was concern for the welfare of Chavelle after no one had seen or heard from her for several days, starting in mid April 2020, leading to her being reported missing on May 30th that same year.

Ms. Wong said, “Despite the comfort that comes from this verdict, the whole family is praying that Chavelle’s body is found.”

“We are also concerned about Chavelle’s son, my great grandson. He has not been among other children as he should be because Mr. Worrell had taken him out of school and has been home schooling him.”

She said the family will work to make sure the child is taken care of with one of their main priorities being to have him return some kind of normalcy, even as they prepare to help guide him through what will no doubt be a difficult time ahead, having already lost his mother and now he will be without his father.

Ms. Wong asked for prayer for her great grandson, as he will need a lot of help in the coming years, It’s about this little boy and only him moving forward from this point.

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