A Florida mother who accused a man of touching her without permission has now been found dead, two weeks after her deposition.
The body of a mother who accused a man of touching her against her will has been found just two weeks after she had a deposition hearing.
Police say that Tashaun Jackson’s last known location was at a 7-Eleven store on February 9th. The following day, her family reported her missing. At her apartment, her purse was left behind as the family says she planned on making a quick stop before going back to her home.
Police say that they have recovered DNA and executed several search warrants, including one on the home of the man Jackson accused of sexual battery.
In the deposition, Jackson says that the man, who still has not been named, entered her home and began touching her against her will.
As of now, detectives are investigating if these two incidents are related. Jackson is survived by four children who have been taken in by relatives.