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Mom Wanted for Murder After 5-year-old Discovered Dead in Suitcase
Police in rural Indiana have identified the body of a little child who was found in a suitcase six months ago and has issued a murder warrant for the baby’s mother.
Indiana State Police held a press conference on Wednesday to reveal the boy’s name: Cairo Jordan, from Atlanta. When he passed away, Cairo was just five years old. His birthday was October 24th, thus he would have been 6 years old.
Cairo’s remains were discovered in a bag with a Las Vegas theme on April 16 on a deserted dead-end road in Washington County, according to local investigators.
There were no traces of trauma on Cairo’s autopsy, therefore his death was judged an “electrolyte imbalance,” possibly brought on by a “viral gastroenteritis,” according to the police. The cops said that a toxicological report on him came up negative. Read more: Nick Cannon and Twins photograph Abby De La Rosa’s pumpkin patch
Deja un Anderson, Cairo’s mom, 37, from Atlanta, and Dawn Coleman, 40, from Shreveport, Louisiana, were named as suspects by the Indiana State Police on Wednesday.
Authorities say they’re looking for Anderson on suspicion of murder, dependent negligence leading to death, and obstruction of justice.
Coleman was taken into custody on October 19 in San Francisco on charges of causing the death of a dependant and obstructing justice.
It appears that Anderson is still at large. According to the authorities, she was last seen in Los Angeles but has lately been in other major cities including San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Houston. Read more; Michael Jordan Divorce: is it true that her girlfriend liked his fame
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