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Suspect In Pregnant Mom's Death Curses Reporters During Transfer To Oklahoma County Jail

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The man accused of killing a young mother in exchange for $250 mumbled a few expletive-filled sentences to reporters before being put into a patrol car and transported to the Oklahoma County Jail.

Investigators arrested 19-year-old Brodric Glover Wednesday night in a southwest Oklahoma City apartment. He was found in the same complex where police believe 19-year-old Carina Saunders was killed in October 2011.

2/9/2012 Related Story: Midwest City Police: Murder Suspect Gives Details Of Pregnant Mom's Murder

Investigators questioned Glover Thursday at the Midwest City Police Department before transferring him to the downtown Oklahoma City facility. Police said he confessed to killing 23-year-old Jessica McPherson-Brown.

While a handcuffed Glover was being walked to the patrol car, News 9's Lisa Monahan asked him several questions, including if he was sorry for what he did, and if it was worth it.

"I love all my [expletives] out here," said Glover. "Keep your heads up. It'll be done. Mom, I love you, too. Other than that, I ain't got [expletive] to say to none of y'all [expletive] ass [expletive]."

"Is your mom going to be proud of you?" Lisa asked.

"I don't give a [expletive], you know what I mean?" Glover replied.

Glover now faces two counts of first-degree murder because McPherson-Brown was 24-weeks pregnant when she was killed.

Police said Glover was a paid hit man. Investigators said Fabion Brown, and his girlfriend, Emily Matheson, gave Glover $250 to kill McPherson-Brown. Brown and McPherson-Brown were going through a divorce, and police said Brown was angry because his estranged wife planned to take their two children out of state.

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