EXCLUSIVE – The father of Kentucky's missing mother, Savannah Spurlock, said Thursday that "justice was done" after authorities discovered human remains in a house that would be the last known location of the 23-year-old woman and one person interest would have been stopped.
David Sparks, one of the last people suspected of being with Spurlock, was detained shortly before Thursday at 2:00 am and accused of falsifying material evidence and misuse of a corpse. He was incarcerated in a Madison County jail.
Cecil Spurlock, 52, said Thursday in an exclusive interview with Fox News that he had "prayed God" to end the search for his missing daughter.
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"For a week, I've been begging God:" Shut it down, "said Elder Spurlock." He did it. "
According to an arrest quote, police received information regarding a foul odor at a Garrard County property on Wednesday afternoon. Unidentified remains were discovered that night "hidden in an unnatural position below the surface of the ground," says the quote.
Spurlock, a mother of four who had given birth to twins in December, was last seen on Jan. 4 on the surveillance video after leaving The Other Bar in Lexington with two men. Deputy Richmond Police Chief Rodney Richardson told Fox News that Spurlock's last known location was at home in Garrard County, about 40 miles from the bar.
Police did not directly link Sparks 'arrest to the disappearance of it, but the house would belong to Sparks' parents and had already been searched on January 22, police said, according to the chain Lexington WLEX-TV.
The arrest quote indicated that in addition to the human remains, the investigators had discovered "evidence alleged to be related to the missing persons case" which was last known to have been in control of the missing person and Sparks .
On Thursday, Cecil Spurlock told Fox News that he "felt right" that his daughter was no longer alive and that his arrest was a "justice finally done."
"I already knew she was no longer there, I knew she was dead, I knew she was no longer in this world," he said. told Fox News, adding that "She would not be far away from her four years old boys.She would not leave."
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According to the Kentucky State Police, the human remains were transported to the Frankfurt Medical Examiner's office for an autopsy and an identification. Cecil Spurlock said the family was now waiting for a phone call to confirm that the body was his daughter.
"God, she deserves justice," he says.
Cecil told Fox News that Noah, Savannah's eldest son, will be informed of the truth about his mother on Thursday for the first time.
He also shared a message with his daughter: "I love you baby.And justice has been done.I love you very much.Your boys will be well looked after.All four, they will be good boys. "
Former Spurlock added that he now has a new role to play.
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"It's my new job in life, to make sure these boys are happy and cared for," he said. "It's my job."
He said that he also prayed for Sparks' parents.
"All I've heard are good people and I feel bad for them," he said. "I know it's a difficult time for them."
Danielle Wallace of Fox News and the Associated Press contributed to this report.