The family farm where a 16-year-old boy named Boyette Hutchinson died in 2016 is one of the only ones in Kansas City.
It’s owned by his grandfather, George Hutchinson, and his father, Fred Hutchinson.
Hutchinson had been a regular visitor to the farm, but he was never able to get in contact with his daughter.
She died in February 2017.
“Boyette, she was always there,” Fred Hutchison told KSDK.
“She was just a fun, fun kid, really.
She loved to dance.
She was so sweet.
She’s going to be missed.”
In fact, there’s a Facebook group called “RIP Boyette” that has more than 1,000 members.
In 2016, Hutchinson was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, a rare genetic disorder that causes the body to produce too much insulin.
He also had high blood pressure, and doctors told him he should be hospitalized.
He was able to go home for Christmas and spend the rest of the year with his family.
But then, on Feb. 8, 2017, his daughter, Brittney, was found dead at a family farm in Wichita.
The medical examiner said Hutchinson’s death was due to complications from diabetes.
But that didn’t stop some from wondering why, in 2017, the boy who loved to go dancing was found at the farm.
Brittney’s mother, Susan, told WSAZ that she didn’t know much about the farm and the farm’s owner.
She said that her son, Boyette, was always in the family’s backyard.
“He was always with us,” she said.
“I never saw him outside the house, I never saw my son.”
Brittney died from a rare type of pancreatic cancer, called acute myeloid leukemia, or AML.
She and her father both had AML and have since died.
Brittneys death has sparked many people to come forward.
But many other people who were involved in her death have also said they don’t remember anything.
Britt’s mother said that while they were working on her daughter’s autopsy, she received a phone call from Brittney.
It was from her friend, who said that Brittney was found with a gunshot wound to her head.
Britt was taken to the hospital and doctors said she had been shot twice.
Britt had an extensive amount of blood on her hands, including on her left arm, but her father told police that he believed the gun had been fired by her mother.
“We never knew who had fired the gun,” Fred Hutchinson said.
According to WDAF-TV, Britt had been taking medication that was supposed to treat AML but had been taken away and tested negative.
“No matter what she did, she didn`t show any symptoms,” Susan Hutchison said.
She added that she thought Brittney had been “dragged away” by her mom.
“When I learned about her death, I thought she was gone,” Susan Hutchinson said, according to WSAX.
“My heart was broken.
I lost a beautiful, beautiful girl.”
Britt’s father told investigators that he and his wife were working at a local grocery store on Feb 14, 2017.
When he got home, he went to the front door and heard the commotion of people coming out the house.
“The whole time I was inside, I was thinking that something was wrong,” Fred told the station.
“But I could see her face.
I could hear her voice.
I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.”
He told the police that when he went outside, he saw his daughter lying on the ground with a bullet wound to the head.
He said he ran to the house and called the police.
“That’s when I heard a police officer tell me, ‘Your daughter was shot,'” Fred Hutchinson told the news station.
But no one ever arrived at the home.
When police finally arrived, they found Britt in a pool of blood.
The family’s neighbor said that she saw a white man, a young black man, and a white woman in a van pull up to the Hutchins house.
When the man saw Britt, he tried to jump in the van, but the two men pushed him out.
“They pulled him out, threw him into the van,” the neighbor told the KCAL-TV.
“One of them was wearing a bulletproof vest.
Another one was holding a rifle, holding the rifle up.”
“He pulled the rifle out, he said, ‘I’m gonna kill you,'” the neighbor said.
When they pulled away, Britt’s body was in a shallow grave.
“There was blood everywhere,” the witness told KCAL.
The woman who lived next door told police she saw Britt’s blood on the floor of the house before Britt’s death.
Britt Hutchins funeral is expected to take place on March 22.