Body of missing Florida boy found in alligator’s mouth
The body of a two-year-old boy identified as Taylen Mosley, who had been reported missing in St. Petersburg, a city on the west coast of Florida (U.S.), has been found dead in the mouth of an alligator. of a lake.
St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway reported Friday night at a press conference that the carcass was found in the jaws of the reptile in the. Lake Maggioresouth of the city.
Holloway indicated that police officers investigating the case noticed that the animal was carrying something in its jaws and upon approaching it realized that. it was the body of a minor. The alligator had to be sacrificed to recover the carcass of the child.
Local media report this Saturday that no details are known of the minor’s death and that the victim’s father is hospitalized and faces two counts of manslaughter.
In connection with the case, St. Petersburg Police previously found a 20-year-old woman – identified as Pashun Jeffery- murdered inside her apartment, while her son, two-year-old Taylen Mosley, was reported missing.